JPMorgan's administrator and CEO, Jamie Dimon, supposedly shared his forecasts about where the U.S.
the U.S. economy is going during a client call last week, Yahoo Finance revealed Saturday.
While taking note of that the U.S. economy is solid, with buyers' accounting reports and organizations with
everything looking great, the chief stressed that "you need to think in an unexpected way" while guaging
The JPMorgan boss depicted: "What is out there? There are storm mists. Rates, QT, oil, Ukraine, war, China.
Dimon shared: "On the off chance that I needed to put chances: delicate landing 10%. Harder landing, gentle
put chances: delicate landing 10%. Harder landing, gentle downturn, 20%, 30%." He added:
It is a terrible slip-up to say 'here is my single point conjecture,'" he explained. His forecasts repeated what
he said in June when he cautioned that a financial tropical storm is "coming our direction." He encouraged