Macroeconomic events are having a profound effect on markets, political risk, trade tensions and Federal Reserve actions have dominated investment discourse. We asked three investment experts to distil the true impact of these events on global markets.
Christian May, editor-in-chief at City A.M., quizzes William Hobbs, Barclays chief investment officer, Michael Bell, JP Morgan global market strategist, and Kay Bendall, investment director at Adam & Company, on how to distinguish news from market noise.
For the second half of the panel discussion, and to hear our experts on the sectors from around the globe where they see value, and future growth, click the link below:
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