Before and after the Covid-19 storm: buy-side risk survey

Wide-ranging survey reveals what worked and what didn’t in March – and what will change as a result

Click here to download the full survey results.

In September 2018, JP Morgan analysts made an eerily accurate prediction: that the next financial crisis would strike in 2020. What they didn’t see coming was the cause of the crash.

That cause was, of course, Covid-19. As economies around the world went into lockdown, markets quaked. The S&P 500 suffered a series of sharp knocks, tumbling 12% on March 16 in one of the steepest daily drops on record. Bid-ask spreads jumped for most asset classes

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