A South Korean dealer works in front of monitors at the KEB Hana Bank in Seoul on July 11, a day when Korea’s benchmark Kospi fell 13.54 points amid the US-China trade war. Photo: EPA-EFE
Neal Kimberley
Opinion

Opinion

Macroscope by Neal Kimberley

US-China trade war sends unsentimental markets hunting for winners to get behind, and losers to ditch

Neal Kimberley says the US-China trade war will affect goods, services and currencies across the globe, but there are also potential opportunities for investors in ‘safe havens’, and we can count on markets not to let a crisis go to waste

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A South Korean dealer works in front of monitors at the KEB Hana Bank in Seoul on July 11, a day when Korea’s benchmark Kospi fell 13.54 points amid the US-China trade war. Photo: EPA-EFE
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