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Tuesday August 24,2010,
David is a strategist within JP Morgan Global Market Asset Group (GMAG) and is responsible for communicating J.P. Morgan’s economic and asset allocation strategy. An employee since 2004, David previously worked at BNP Paribas as a strategist, chief economist and head of research.
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