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Cyclical Play To Continue?

Kingsley Jones, Chief Investment Officer, Jevons Global

15-Mar-21 07:07

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Cyclical Play To Continue?

The Dow Jones Index has outperformed the Nasdaq over the past three weeks. Does this indicate that the smart money has shifted in cyclicals over yield-sensitive tech stocks? The Morning Run speaks with Kingsley Jones of Jevons Global, who also weighs in on sectors like energy and financials, signs of inflation, and gold prices.

Produced by: Mike Gong

Presented by: Khoo Hsu Chuang, Philip See


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