A businessman looks at an electronic share indicator at the window of a securities company in Tokyo on April 24, 2017. Photo: AFPA businessman looks at an electronic share indicator at the window of a securities company in Tokyo on April 24, 2017. Photo: AFP
A businessman looks at an electronic share indicator at the window of a securities company in Tokyo on April 24, 2017. Photo: AFP

Fewer wealthy Asians are upbeat about the world’s economic outlook, as US-China trade war drags on and weighs on sentiment

  • Majority of investors are worried about volatility caused by the trade war, markets declining
  • More than 3,800 investors surveyed globally, including investors in nine Asia-Pacific markets

Topic |   Investing
A businessman looks at an electronic share indicator at the window of a securities company in Tokyo on April 24, 2017. Photo: AFPA businessman looks at an electronic share indicator at the window of a securities company in Tokyo on April 24, 2017. Photo: AFP
A businessman looks at an electronic share indicator at the window of a securities company in Tokyo on April 24, 2017. Photo: AFP
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