We Remain ‘Positive’ on China, OCBC Bank Wealth Management Says

We remain 'positive' on china, ocbc bank wealth management says

Bloomberg Markets and Finance published this video item, entitled “We Remain ‘Positive’ on China, OCBC Bank Wealth Management Says” – below is their description.

Vasu Menon, executive director of investment strategy at OCBC Bank Wealth Management, discusses central banks’ efforts in fighting inflation, his views on China’s financial markets amid the Covid-19 pandemic, and the outlook for the dollar and its implications for Asia. He speaks with Yvonne Man and Paul Allen on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia.”

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