T Rowe, JP Morgan AM defy equity index options retreat

Counterparty Radar: US mutual funds cut $15.4 billion from their books in Q2 2022

Going the opposite direction

T Rowe Price and JP Morgan Asset Management added to their equity index options positions in the second quarter of the year, mostly buying protection on the downside, as most other managers cut the size of their books.

The overall market for US mutual funds contracted by $15.4 billion in Q2, settling at $116 billion, according to data from filings submitted to the US Securities and Exchange Commission that was collected and analysed by Risk.net’s Counterparty Radar service.

S&P 500 index

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