US-China tensions threaten to turn into currency war

'Prepare for market correction'

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Many managers are worried about the prospect of a full-blown currency war
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Many managers are worried about the prospect of a full-blown currency war

Investors must buckle up and prepare for a "bumpy ride" in equity markets as the trade tensions between the US and China threaten to escalate to a full-blown currency war, experts have warned.

Market commentators have suggested it is time to seek out defensive positioning and take some risk off the table in case tensions between the world's two largest nations fail to subside. Market volatility...

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