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Consumer Sentiment Will Dampen Outlook

Tony Nash, CEO, Complete Intelligence

17-Aug-21 07:00

Consumer Sentiment Will Dampen Outlook

Tony Nash shares the implication on markets as a result of the double whammy of weakening consumption sentiment in both US and China. He also explains how intrinsically linked the US and China's economies are despite the ongoing tensions on the surface.

Produced by: Mike Gong

Presented by: Wong Shou Ning, Philip See


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