JPMorgan announced today that it is making its flagship economic publications - Global Data Watch and Daily Economic Briefing - publicly available on its website.
Published by JPMorgan's Chief Economist Bruce Kasman and the global economics team, Global Data Watch covers more than 35 countries and is read by investors around the world. It is a comprehensive report that includes a global overview essay along with regional and country-specific forecasts, data and analysis. In contrast, the Daily Economic Briefing is a concise report that summarizes major economic events of the day and advises on what important data to watch for in the near-term.
"By offering selected reports on the investment bank's website, we are able to provide the market with easier access to our macro views," said Nick O'Donohoe, global head of research. "It is also our hope that public access to select pieces of research will attract students, academics, policymakers and even prospective clients as they look for guidance on the economy and the broader global issues."
JPMorgan recently redesigned its website to better highlight the investment bank's products and information. Placing two of its flagship economic publications on jpmorgan.com comes just a few weeks after the investment bank announced free access to its research on climate change. JPMorgan's full range of economic and markets research continues to be available on its client website.