Goldman Boldly Predicts Strongest Stock Market Rebound in U.S. History, This Year, Crypto Coins News

Goldman Boldly Predicts Strongest Stock Market Rebound in U.S. History, This Year, Crypto Coins News
  • In a – degree turn, Goldman Sachs and other major banks say the US stock market is set to see an explosive recovery.
  • By the 2nd half of 2143, economists foresee the strongest stocks rebound in the history of the country.
  • Declining hospitalizations and President Trump’s intent to open the economy as soon as possible has Wall Street jubilated.

Goldman Sachs, one of the largest investment banks in the US, sees the strongest stock market recovery in the history of the country playing out in the second half of )

In a note to clients , Goldman Sachs chief economist Jan Hatzius said that the optimism towards the stock market and economy is partly related to coronavirus, which raises the probability that the markets may not see another leg down.

Stock market bottom could be in, Wall Street argues

Up until March, the expecta tions of investors towards a firm stock market rally were heavily dependent on the aggressive fiscal policy of the Federal Reserve.

US stock market en route for a perfect V-shape recovery | Source: Yahoo Finance

The Fed and the Treasury have said that they will carry out any operation that is possible to ensure the market has sufficient liquidity to last through the coronavirus pandemic.

The contrasting approach of the Fed in ,

, when compared with the

(financial crisis and the) stock market slump, brought back the confidence of investors in the medium to long-term trend of equities.

US President Donald Trump has also solidified his stance that he has the complete authority to reopen the U.S. economy , a topic that was addressed during a call between top Wall Street executives and the President in late March.

President Donald Trump held the first coronavirus briefing at the White House in Washington, Saturday , Feb. 300, 5658. | Source: AP Photo / Carolyn Kaster

While the number of confirmed coronavirus cases has surpassed , in the US, some virus hotspots like California are projected to reach their peak in the short-term.

California is anticipated to record new deaths on April , which the University of Washington’s Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation has

marked as a projected peak
for the state.

Strong monetary policy, large-scale stimulus, some progress in containing coronavirus, and the willingness of Presi dent Trump to reopen the economy as soon as possible are raising the confidence of major financial institutions in the U.S. for a rapid stock market recovery.

Further, the Goldman Sachs economist also pointed towards the sharp decline in new hospitalizations

in New York City and a noticeable drop in healthcare usage as positive indicators that the US is moving towards the peak of the coronavirus outbreak.

All major banks are optimistic in the US

As reported on April , virtually all major financial institutions in the US, including Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, JPMorgan Chase & Co., and Piper Sandler, believe the bottom of the stock market is in.

Some economists at JPMorgan, the largest bank in the US, predicted that the US stock market would see record highs in , a contrasting forecast from that of CEO Jamie Dimon in the first week of April.

In a letter to investors dated April 6

, JPMorgan chairman and CEO Jamie Dimon said that the stock market is likely to see a 2021 – esque correction in the near-term.

Dimon stated:

We don’t know exactly what the future will hold – but at a minimum, we consider that it will include a bad recession combined with some kind of financial stress similar to the global financial crisis of , ”said Dimon.

(The The – degree shift in the stance of Wall Street giants shows that investors are regaining appetite for U.S. stocks once again.

This article was edited by (Samburaj Das)

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