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Trump Administration seeks to burnish its record ahead of its 100th day in office
The currency eventually closes lower as the ECB signals policy patience
Investors pause to assess the latest geopolitical and economic developments
Risk asset markets could remain weak this week as the US and North Korea continue to play a game of “chicken”
Any escalation of US-Russia tensions will likely give equities markets the "new driver" they were looking for - to trade lower
This could carry on until policymakers resolve the conflict between the desire for growth and the need to contain debt, says DBS Chief Investment Officer Lim Say Boon
You cannot invest on Trump's quirks and quips; he could just as well say something else tomorrow, says DBS Chief Investment Officer Lim Say Boon
DBS Chief Investment Officer Lim Say Boon discusses how to navigate the world of Trump
DBS Investment Strategist Jason Low looks at the US Presidential elections. Jason sets out the likely market reactions if either Clinton or Trump wins the White House.
In this video, DBS CIO Investment Strategist Jason Low contends that the rise in risk asset markets is a bubble, and there are risks which have yet to be adequately priced into markets.
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