“Many people are claiming that President Trump’s aggressive trade rhetoric during the campaign has been permanently overridden by the realities of the presidency.”
John Vail, Chief Global Strategist for Nikko Asset Management, contributes a regular column to Forbes.com
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There has been much concern lately about the new US administration’s trade policy. Taking a step back and looking at global trade numbers, we can draw a number of conclusions that might explain America’s new thinking on trade.
Our head of Global Strategy in New York analyzes and forecasts the developments of major topics arising from the new Administration.
Our China Fixed Income expert in Singapore expounds upon how the Trump election is forcing China into taking specific economic policies.
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Our expert on Asian financials describes the exciting technological developments that will change the way we all do business in the future.
Our two leading Global Emerging Market debt experts, both based in London, weigh the possibilities of a sustained upturn in this long-suffering asset class.
Our Asian currency expert discusses the potential ramifications of the increasing CNY-orientation for Asian currencies.