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"Worst Case Scenario" - Morgan Stanley Warns Selling Has Shifted Form Systemic To Discretionary

Confirming JPMorgan's "worst case scenario" that forced de-levering in vol-based strategies would lead to retail ETF outflows and create a vicious cycle downwards, Morgan Stanley's Christopher Metli warns that today’s moves lower are likely not being driven by systematic supply – this appears to be more discretionary selling. Risk-Parity funds are seeing some of the biggest losses in history.
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