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Investment views

Renminbi trade war escalation

7 August 2019
Author: Philip SaundersCo-Head of Multi-Asset Growth

Philip Saunders discusses this week’s sharp fall of the renminbi and what this means for the ongoing trade tensions between the United States and China. Interview recorded on 6 August.

Philip Saunders
Philip Saunders Co-Head of Multi-Asset Growth

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