The top 8 investment themes for 2022

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#Inflation #China #Volatility

Yahoo Finance Live’s Julie Hyman speaks with Candice Tse, managing director and global head of strategic advisory solutions at Goldman Sachs Asset Management, to break down eight investing themes for 2022, which include inflation, rising rates, sustainable investing, China, and volatility.

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