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Boring US-China Relations for 2020 Hopefully

Joe Quinlan, Chief Market Strategist, US Trust-BOA Private Wealth Management

17-Dec-19 07:00

Boring US-China Relations for 2020 Hopefully

Joe Quinlan believes that the trade war is not going to get worse and hopes that it will be boring on the US-China front in 2020. On Brexit, he believes that the easy money has been made and the UK market has to brace for tough negotiations.

Presented by: Roshan Kanesan, Wong Shou Ning, Julian Ng


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Tags:  USChinatrade wars2020Government/Regulatory/Policy MakingPoliticsLaw and Legal MattersInvestments


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