A trader reacts at the New York Stock Exchange on October 11 when US stocks extended deep losses in volatile trading. Photo: Xinhua
Kerry Craig
Opinion

Opinion

Macroscope by Kerry Craig

The trade war did not trigger stock market volatility, anxiety over peaking corporate earnings did

  • Kerry Craig says the cause of the jitters in global equity markets is not easy to pinpoint, but fears of an easing in corporate earnings growth is a big factor
  • The sell-off in Asian equities is an opportunity for long-term investors

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A trader reacts at the New York Stock Exchange on October 11 when US stocks extended deep losses in volatile trading. Photo: Xinhua
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