JPMorgan: Geopolitical fear is at its highest point since the Arab Spring due to Trump
|05/24/2017||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
“Geopolitical anxiety looks extremely high,” JPMorgan said in a note sent to clients on Tuesday.
The investment bank said that: “Since President Trump’s election, news coverage around topics such as war, terrorism and cyberattacks has surged, reflecting perceptions that Republican Presidents are more assertive abroad than Democrats, and President Trump’s call for a rethink on his predecessor’s foreign policy.”
JPMorgan proposed: “a daily Geopolitical Anxiety Index (GAI) to measure complacency and fear, and to recommend tactical positioning at the extremes (hedge when anxiety/volatility are low, fade when fear/volatility are high).”
The GAI index measures the number of news stories about ten different geopolitical read more >>>