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Five things you need to know about the trade war


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As trade tensions between the U.S. and China mount, markets have become volatile. Serious questions face investors: Does the U.S. Administration want a deal before the election or is “tough on China” the better political path? Will further escalation spell doom for the cycle? Is the Fed’s decision to cut interest rates enough to offset the uncertainty in markets?

Listen to our insights on these topics and more.

Featuring:

Alex Wolf is the Head of Market Strategy for J.P. Morgan Wealth Management in Asia. Prior to joining J.P. Morgan, Alex served as an Economic Officer for the U.S. State Department, stationed in both Beijing and Taiwan. In this role, Alex played a key role in negotiating trade with China on behalf of the United States.

Cayman Wills is the Global Head of Equities, and draws on insights from a global team of market analysts.

Moderated by:

David Frame is the CEO of U.S. Wealth Management.

 

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