J.P. Morgan launches the Asia Analyst Focus List
Mar 26, 2012
HONG KONG – J.P. Morgan recently announced the launch of its new Asia Analyst Focus List (Asia AFL) which is comprised of the highest conviction Overweight (OW) and Underweight (UW) ideas from each country and sector team (one OW and one UW idea from each team). The new Asia AFL seeks to highlight a highest conviction OW/UW idea from each team, at all times. In addition to a daily publication of the current list, J.P. Morgan will publish an updated Asia AFL each week with historical performance tracking as well as a regular Best Ideas report that will provide detailed views supporting the stock selections.
- All countries and sectors represented from across Asia Pacific
- Highest conviction calls from J.P. Morgan regional senior analysts
- Key reasons for each selection
The latest product is part of J.P. Morgan Asia Pacific Equity Research’s continued effort to innovate and offer solutions to meet its clients’ needs. “This represents the most actionable ideas from our regional team of industry leading analysts,” said Sunil Garg, Head of Asia Pacific Equity Research.
The new product enables clients to track J.P. Morgan’s highest conviction ideas. “This initial publication of the Asia Focus List will include a full ‘Best Ideas’ report that details the rationale behind all of our stock picks. The list will be updated on a continual basis throughout the year,” Mr. Garg added.
Further information on the Asia Analyst Focus List can be obtained through J.P. Morgan’s coverage professional.
J.P. Morgan has made substantial progress in research product development. In addition to the Asia Analyst Focus List launched today, it unveiled the Interactive Sector Models in November 2011 and the Asian View in February 2012. The models provide top tier institutional clients with a unique and innovative way to analyze earnings and valuation sensitivities, both for individual companies as well as sector aggregates, based on J.P. Morgan’s proprietary valuation models. The models cover over 800 companies across 14 sectors in Asia.