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The Bull Is Not Making A Permanent Stop

Kingsley Jones, Chief Investment Officer, Jevons Global

12-Sep-22 07:00

The Bull Is Not Making A Permanent Stop

The S&P500 rallied 4% last week but is this the beginning of a bull market? Kingsley Jones, Chief Investment Officer at Jevons Global warns otherwise whilst telling us about the new headwind, US dollar strength.

Produced by: Michael Gong

Presented by: Wong Shou Ning, Shazana Mokhtar, Philip See


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Categories:  economymarkets

Tags:  s&p 500bull marketus dollaralphabetmetachinaev





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