In a note published earlier this month, JPMorgan warns that risks stemming from rising trade tensions between the US and China could contribute to “a re-acceleration of capital outflow pressures” in the world’s second-largest economy. Photo: Bloomberg
Nicholas Spiro
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The View by Nicholas Spiro

Global investor sentiment hinges critically on policies in the US and China

The protectionist and nationalist instincts of senior members of the Trump administration pose a serious threat to both the trading relationship between the two countries and China’s own precarious financial position

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In a note published earlier this month, JPMorgan warns that risks stemming from rising trade tensions between the US and China could contribute to “a re-acceleration of capital outflow pressures” in the world’s second-largest economy. Photo: Bloomberg
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