Stock traders at New York Stock Exchange watch stocks slip globally in quiet on the eve of 2020 with many markets closed. Photo: APStock traders at New York Stock Exchange watch stocks slip globally in quiet on the eve of 2020 with many markets closed. Photo: AP
Stock traders at New York Stock Exchange watch stocks slip globally in quiet on the eve of 2020 with many markets closed. Photo: AP

US equities are better bets than Chinese stocks, pending greater certainty over trade war outcome: LGT Bank

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Stock traders at New York Stock Exchange watch stocks slip globally in quiet on the eve of 2020 with many markets closed. Photo: APStock traders at New York Stock Exchange watch stocks slip globally in quiet on the eve of 2020 with many markets closed. Photo: AP
Stock traders at New York Stock Exchange watch stocks slip globally in quiet on the eve of 2020 with many markets closed. Photo: AP
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