JFAM gazes towards 2006

The asset manager predicts a promising, but precarious short-term environment.

JF Asset Management JFAM, part of JPMorgan Asset Management, unveiled its investment forecast for the year's final quarter and offered some preliminary projections on the global and regional economy into 2006. In addition, the firm also laid out its views on the individual Asian economies and the factors driving its weightings.

The short-term outlook was presented by Geoff Lewis, head of investment services at JFAM, and the overriding mood of the forecast was rather positive for both the international economy and in Asia. However, he was quick to point out that bumps would emerge on the road ahead, which could potentially come from problems with inflation, interest rates...

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