The Impact Of US-China Relations On Your Investments [SGO 38 Sponsored By ProsperUs]
As an investor, how much do you understand about the contentious relationship between the US & China? It has always been one of the major forces that has far–reaching implications for the world and learning more about this complex issue will help you to be more strategic in your investments.
Sharing their expertise in this macro topic today are Timothy Phillips (head of content & investment lead) & Samuel Siew (market specialist for the China Solutions Team) from ProsperUs by CGS-CIMB Securities. What led to the trade war between the two countries? How do their differing political ideologies influence the markets? With these geopolitical risks in mind, how should investors allocate their assets?
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