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Shairp David

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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March 2011

Opinion Middle East turbulence: Impact on economic activity and risk assets.

There are no clear answers, given the fluidity of the situation and uncertainty over whether violence will spread further...

January 2011

Strategy Are equities really that cheap?

We are not convinced we have seen the end of deleveraging and thus are sceptical that equity markets are cheap...

October 2011

Strategy Two big macro themes the strategic investor should be looking at

The two big macro themes that investors should keep in mind are those of deleveraging and rebalancing. There has been a ream of insight written about fiscal sustainability over the past three years, but the most important question lies in whether there will be an offsetting (...)

November 2011

Opinion Equities as yield assets

Back in the 1950s equities were seen as yield products, being as utility type assets. It was only from the 1960s that stocks were seen as growth assets. 2011 has been a watershed because yields have exceeded bond (...)

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