“Geopolitical Impact on Markets”

Bloomberg Markets and Finance published this video item, entitled “”Geopolitical Impact on Markets”” – below is their description.

Mona Mahajan, Edward Jones Senior Investment Strategist & John Authers, Bloomberg Senior Markets Editor talk about US and China relations and how geopolitics are impacting the markets.

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