According to George Maris, the co-head of equities of Americas at Janus Henderson, an asset manager with $370 billion in AUM, a recession in the U.S. clearly remains a near-term risk, which could fully reverse the bullish trend of the U.S. stock market. “It’s clear a near-term risk. If we can’t get trade negotiation results favorably, we’ve got weakening investment to look forward to. I mean there’s going to be a problem,” Maris said on Bloomberg Markets.  The Janus Henderson executive outlined geopolitical risks, domestic politics, and various uncertainties surrounding the U.S. stock market as the

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