The latest pleasantries between Xi Jinping and Donald Trump in Osaka shouldn’t lead investors to think trade is no longer a problem for their portfolios. Photo: Reuters The latest pleasantries between Xi Jinping and Donald Trump in Osaka shouldn’t lead investors to think trade is no longer a problem for their portfolios. Photo: Reuters
The latest pleasantries between Xi Jinping and Donald Trump in Osaka shouldn’t lead investors to think trade is no longer a problem for their portfolios. Photo: Reuters
Hannah Anderson
Opinion

Opinion

Macroscope by Hannah Anderson

Despite Donald Trump and Xi Jinping’s G20 handshake, trade woes will remain a drag on markets, especially in Asia

  • Slowing global growth will negatively impact trade, while Sino-US talks have had too many twists and turns for investors to become complacent, despite the good optics coming out of Osaka

The latest pleasantries between Xi Jinping and Donald Trump in Osaka shouldn’t lead investors to think trade is no longer a problem for their portfolios. Photo: Reuters The latest pleasantries between Xi Jinping and Donald Trump in Osaka shouldn’t lead investors to think trade is no longer a problem for their portfolios. Photo: Reuters
The latest pleasantries between Xi Jinping and Donald Trump in Osaka shouldn’t lead investors to think trade is no longer a problem for their portfolios. Photo: Reuters
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Hannah Anderson

Hannah Anderson

Hannah Anderson is a global market strategist at JP Morgan Asset Management. She is on the Global Market Insights Strategy team, based in Hong Kong. In this role, she is responsible for developing and communicating timely market and economic insights to retail and institutional clients across Asia Pacific, with a particular focus on China’s evolving financial system, global trade, and US-China relations.