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Asset Allocation Winds have Changed, Blowing towards Equities

Stephen Innes, Asia-Pacific Market Strategist, AxiTrader

11-Nov-19 07:00

Asset Allocation Winds have Changed, Blowing towards Equities

With the Fed rate cut and better than expected corporate earnings, we ask Stephen Innes, Asia-Pacific Market Strategist for AxiTrader if its really risk on for investors with a permanent tilt towards riskier assets. We also asked why the pound seems to be unaffected by Moody's downgrade of outlook on UK from stable to negative.


Presented by: Lyn Mak, Wong Shou Ning


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