Trading opportunities amid familiar risks: US-China tensions, Brexit
The US-China conflict is making a comeback, with President Donald Trump brandishing threats against China. Meanwhile, UK and EU negotiators are struggling to agree on their future trading relationship, which raises the prospects of a no-deal Brexit. Market participants have certainly grown accustomed to living with such concerns in recent years. Only this time, the stakes as higher.
These downside risks come as the world embarks on its post-lockdown recovery, and the last thing global investors need now is greater uncertainty surrounding some of the world’s largest economies. Souring ties between Washington and Beijing, or a capitulation in Brexit talks, could roil financial markets once more and derail attempts to restore normality to the global economy.
But fear not! Our in-house analysts are here to guide you as these seemingly familiar risks attempt a comeback. In this webinar, Lukman and Han share their outlooks for various assets, namely the Pound, Gold, and Alibaba, while highlighting potential trading opportunities that may come about this month.