The Wall Street Journal: Morgan Stanley’s Gorman ‘pretty relaxed’ about possible recession, thinks one wouldn’t be long or severe


James Gorman isn’t worried about how a possible recession and bear market will affect his bank.

The Morgan Stanley MS, -2.87%  chief executive said Monday that he is “pretty relaxed” about the impact of a possible U.S. recession, a scenario he called a 50-50 proposition based on historical experience.  

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