After a fabulous 2019, where stocks, bonds and other investments climbed in concert, investors will have to manage their risk appetites in 2020 more carefully. Photo: AP
Olivier d’Assier
Opinion

Opinion

Eye on Asia by Olivier d’Assier

How investors can ferret out risks from US-China trade conflict and the Iran and North Korea crises for a prosperous Year of the Rat

  • The smart investor will do well to loosen risk appetites for the first and final quarters, when trade war truce and US election results are likely to boost markets, but watch for heightened uncertainty in the second and third quarters from Iran and North Korea, and US electioneering
After a fabulous 2019, where stocks, bonds and other investments climbed in concert, investors will have to manage their risk appetites in 2020 more carefully. Photo: AP
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