What's Driving China's Stock Selloff?
Joe Quinlan, Chief Market Strategist, US Trust - BOA Private Wealth Management
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On Monday, foreigners dumped USD1.4 billion worth of A-shares, after Chinese markets re-opened following its week-long holiday.
We spoke to Joe about the current selloff, and whether global markets could be headed for another liquidity crunch, which was a key feature for the last global financial crisis 10 years ago.
Presented by: Melisa Idris, Joyce Goh, Tan Chung Han
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