Alibaba’s $2.8B Fine, Didi Chuxing IPO, and 2021 Investment Strategy
Kingsley Jones, Chief Investment Officer, Jevons Global
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Alibaba’s $2.8 billion will likely spook investors eyeing opportunities in China. Are China’s regulators trying to kill the sector that lays the golden egg? The Morning Run ask Kingsley Jones, Chief Investment Officer at Jevons Global. They also get into Didi Chuxing's IPO, Australia travel stocks, and whether Australia is losing out on the SPAC craze.
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