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Work-From-Home Stocks A Defensive Play In 2021?

Tony Nash, CEO, Complete Intelligence

24-Dec-20 07:07

Work-From-Home Stocks A Defensive Play In 2021?

As we head into 2021, will we see more work-from-home stocks being used as a defensive play? The Morning Run speaks to Tony Nash for his perspective on this, as well as his views on financials and energy stocks, the Sterling, and tit-for-tat trade wars.

Produced by: Mike Gong

Presented by: Roshan Kanesan, Wong Shou Ning


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