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Making Sense

J.P. Morgan

“Making Sense,” the podcast channel from J.P. Morgan’s Corporate & Investment Bank, brings you views and analysis from the Investment Banking, Markets and Research businesses. In each episode, experts discuss the latest market outlooks, trends and developments impacting our complex global economy. Subscribe now for insights that will help you navigate the world we live in.


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Latest Episodes

“It’s all about the U.S., for better or for worse.” What are the key themes driving global markets and economies in 2024 and beyond? Will geopolitics, globalization, technology, climate action and more continue to be shaped by U.S. dominance? And how... more

2 days ago

In this episode the group discuss risk / reward for US equities following an incredibly strong rally over the last 3 months. They discuss strength in recent macro and micro data, implications of the recent ‘hotter’ CPI, the positioning backdrop for U... more

6 days ago

Ahead of J.P. Morgan’s Global High Yield & Leveraged Finance conference, Brian Tramontozzi, Head of North American Leveraged Finance Capital Markets, hosts Brian Rubin, Head of U.S. Fixed Income Trading at T. Rowe Price, and Michael Schechter, Partne... more

8 days ago


4.6 out of 5 stars from 85 ratings
  • Really insightful 👍🏾

    A beacon of financial guidance and a must-listen for anyone seeking to navigate the complexities of the financial world with confidence and expertise!

    Apple Podcasts
    South Africa3 months ago
  • Great finance podcast!

    Condensed and bite sized, lovely content surrounding corporate finance and markets. more

    Apple Podcasts
    United States4 months ago
  • Making Sense?

    Some geniuses at JP Morgan apparently overlooked that there’s already a hugely popular podcast called “Making Sense” that gets over 1,000,000 downloads per episode. Either that or they are trying to piggyback on Sam’s success.

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa year ago

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