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The Chinese renminbi (RMB) broke above the psychological threshold of RMB 7 per US dollar last week for the first time since 2008, following the US administration’s announcement that further tariffs would be levied on Chinese imports.
Multi-asset investors should care about trade policy escalations to the extent that they generate spillovers and other non-linear economic effects.
Key issues for bond investors supported from research across fixed income sectors.
While no deal is not the most likely scenario in our view, the risks are rising. The UK outlook is binary. A Brexit deal could see sterling bounce to 1.40 against the dollar, but no deal on 31 October could see a further slump to 1.10.
The trade dispute between the US and China shows few signs of resolution. Why are global tariffs rising, which economies are most vulnerable and how can investors position themselves for this more challenging environment?”
Discover the latest reactions from global markets to the US China trade war. Tariff hikes and escalated tensions prove concerning for global expansion.
Themes from the quarterly Quantitative Beta Research Summit