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Warren's Presidential Bid, Forex Reactions to Brexit and Krugman on the Fed

Joe Quinlan, Chief Market Strategist, US Trust-BOA Private Wealth Management | Vishnu Varathan, Head of Economics and Strategy, Mizuho Bank in Singapore

12-Feb-19 07:00

Warren's Presidential Bid, Forex Reactions to Brexit and Krugman on the Fed

We speak to Joe about the impact the trade war on consumer staples, the potential US Government Shutdown, market reactions to Brexit and Elizabeth Warren's bid for the US Presidency. Seperately, we also speak to Vishnu about Paul Krugman comments that the Fed is running out of options to deal with a recession.

Presented by: Joyce Goh, Sharidz Abdullah, Julian Ng


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Tags:  Earnings SeasonUS Government ShutdownBrexitElizabeth WarrenPaul KrugmanFederal ReserveInterest RatesFinancial ServicesEconomy, Markets

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