JPMorgan Sees USD 7.4 trillion passive selling pressure in downturn

Huge holdings in passive investments in especially US equities can exacerbate falling equity prices in the next recession, warns JPMorgan.

When the next downturn occurs, beware passive investors.

That’s the warning from JPMorgan Chase & Co., which says USD 7.4 trillion (EUR 6.5 trillion) of assets managed by passive funds around the world -- concentrated in large-cap and U.S. small- and mid-cap stocks -- will exacerbate a rout during the next recession.

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