Mild Recession in US in First Half of 2023: Holtze-Jen

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Stefanie Holtze-Jen, chief investment officer for APAC at Deutsche Bank International Private Bank, discusses the US economy, how she’s positioning her portfolios and her outlook for commodities. She speaks on Bloomberg Television.


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