Hedging Is The New Normal As China Fears Grip Asset ManagersMichelle Jones
Stocks are rallying again after a minor pullback earlier this week, but it looks like fund managers are starting to anticipate a correction just around the corner. However, even though investors are starting to ramp up their hedging efforts, they aren't prepared for a total breakdown of the trade negotiations between the U.S. and China.
Hedging is the new normal
Bank of America Merrill Lynch's most recent Global Fund Manager Survey found that investors are generally "well-hedged but not positioned for a . . .
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