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Zero Hedge 01/19/2020 17:05
The Question For 2020: Can Fundamentals Ramp Up Before Policy Fades. Authored by Morgan Stanley's chief cross-asset strategist, Andrew Sheets. Markets are always subject to varied and shifting sets of drivers. Over the last 12 months, it has been a story of four – policy, sentiment, valuation and fundamentals. The question for 2020 is whether the last (fundamentals) can ramp back up before the first (policy) fades. It’s a race that makes us more nervous about the market after April and tactically mindful that several of our sentiment measures are now flashing red. In the first phase of last year’s rally, policy, valuation and sentiment offset weak fundamentals. Global earnings revisions, trade volumes and manufacturing data all deteriorated s.

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