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Are US Equities A Beneficiary Of China's Unrest?

Joe Quinlan, Chief Market Strategist, US Trust-BOA Private Wealth Management

29-Nov-22 07:00

Are US Equities A Beneficiary Of China's Unrest?

The rising protests against Covid restrictions in China caused Chinese and Hong Kong stocks to plummet. How are global financial markets likely to react to these events given China is still one of the largest economies in the world. Will this see more inflows to US Equities? We speak to Joe Quinlan, Chief Market Strategist, US Trust-BOA Private Wealth Management.


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Produced by: Michael Gong

Presented by: Wong Shou Ning, Chong Tjen San, Keith Kam


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Tags:  china protestshong kong stocksus equitieschinese stocks





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