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Private View Blog: Biden presidency will be defined by Chinese challenge

The new president has a bulging in-tray, but the relationship between Washington and Beijing is arguably the most important

Kasia Kiladis, Fidelity International

How long can the good times last in the US?

The US economy is predicted to slow this year, but that does not mean there are no investment opportunities to be found, with the technology and healthcare sectors attracting plenty of interest  

Elliot Smither web

Private View Blog: Starting gun sounds for 2020 White House race

The battle to be the next US president will be a fiery, drawn out affair. How will markets, and the economy, react?

Robin Geffen, Neptune

Fintech on Friday: Investors underweight tech stocks

Technology is disrupting almost every industry, yet most investors are underexposed to tech stocks. Do recent corrections provide a buying opportunity?

Keyu Jin, LSE

Trade war a symptom of changing relationship between China and the US

In the short-term, the trade spat with the US could prove damaging to China, but the picture changes further down the line

Peter Charrington, Citi

Citi’s success reflects a changing of the guard

US banks are enjoying a renaissance, believes Citi’s private banking boss Peter Charrington, as they have been quickest to adapt their business models to the post-financial crisis world

Grant Bowers, Franklin Templeton

Fears over Trump’s trade wars add to turbulence

Although volatility returned to US equities in the early months of the year, the country's economy remains strong and markets appear well placed to continue their upward trend  

Kapin Vora, Capco

Cyber warfare: old and new vie for control of North American digital wealth market

North America’s digital wealth marketplace continues to expand, with new businesses tapping into changing client behaviour and utilising new technology. But the traditional names are fighting back

What might 'President Pence' mean for financial markets?

While it is far too early to write off Donald Trump, the spotlight is increasingly shifting to vice president Mike Pence and what his potential presidency might mean for markets and the global economy

Neel Mukherjee, Merrill Lynch

Pick-up in growth puts bank stocks back in favour

The prospect of financial deregulation has fuelled a sharp recovery in US banking stocks, while normalising rates would give European financials a welcome boost

THE GREAT DEBATE: CRYPTOCURRENCIES IN THE BALANCE

Anders Kvamme Jensen, founder of the AKJ global brokerage and digital asset specialist, goes head to head with Max Thowless-Reeves, chief investment officer of Sorbus Partners private office, discussing technology, tokens and tradable electronic currencies, in a debate refereed by PWM's Yuri Bender.

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