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MarketWatchMay 24, 2020
NewsWatch: Are stock investors too complacent about a full-scale blowup between China and the U.S.? Here's what Wall Street experts say
China and the U.S. are back in the headlines — but are investors paying sufficient attention to the risks of a geopolitical clash?

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Yahoo BusinessMay 24, 2020
Vaccine Progress Spurs Optimism in Emerging Markets
(Bloomberg) -- Emerging-market stocks and currencies gained last week amid optimism progress is being made toward developing coronavirus vaccines, and as more nations roll back lockdowns. Sentiment was tempered as the week progressed by signs U.S.-China tensions are increasing once again, including escalating rhetoric from President Donald Trump and Senate legislation that may lead to delisting of Chinese companies from American stock exchanges. China announced plans to impose a national security law on Hong Kong, further adding to geopolitical frictions.The following is a roundup of emerging-market news and highlights for this week through May 22:Highlights:The U.S. threw its weight behind one of the fastest-moving experimental solutions to the coronavirus pandemic, pledging as much as $1.2 billion to AstraZeneca Plc to help make the University of Oxford's Covid vaccineAn experimental vaccine from the U.S. biotechnology company Moderna Inc. showed signs it can create an immune-system response to fend off the coronavirusRead: U.S. Raises Ante in Vaccine Race With $1.2 Billion for Astra (2)Leading Chinese vaccine developer CanSino Biologics Inc. has signed a deal to test and sell a separate Canadian vaccine candidateFederal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said the central bank is prepared to use its full range of tools and leave the benchmark lending rate near zero until the economy is back on track; he reiterated that more fiscal aid may be neededFed policy makers saw the coronavirus posing a severe threat to the ec

Yahoo BusinessMay 24, 2020
China's US$941 billion sovereign fund seeks more resilient assets to improve on 17 per cent gain in 2019
China Investment Corp (CIC) is looking for more resilient assets in markets battered by the coronavirus pandemic as the nation's US$941 billion sovereign wealth fund seeks to boost long-term returns, Executive Vice President Zhao Haiying said.The company added to its investments in credit markets in recent months, especially investment-grade loans in the US, after the Federal Reserve eased a liquidity crunch, Zhao said in an interview on Saturday. It added health care and information technology stocks and raised exposure in regions like Asia where there was "less uncertainty" about the spread of the virus, she said.Its overseas investments returned about 17 per cent last year based on unaudited results, she said, as global stocks rallied. That comes close to a record 17.6 per cent gain in 2017 and reverses a loss in 2018 when equities tumbled.Beijing-based CIC is fine-tuning its investment strategies. It sees a diversified portfolio as the best way to weather its biggest test since inception in 2007. A plan to boost alternative and direct investments to 50 per cent of global assets by the end of 2022 remains unchanged, with the private portfolio, which includes real estate and private equity, avoiding any "serious damage" even as cash flows slow, Zhao said."As a long-term investor, we want to invest in growth," Zhao said in Beijing. "Given the many external shocks, you need to be more focused on the more resil

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