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Rathbones’ Chillingworth Sees ‘More of the Same’ for 2019 Markets

By Bloomberg
03 January 2019   |   3:14 pm
Julian Chillingworth, chief investment officer at Rathbones, examines markets and volatility at the start of 2019 as he sees U.S.-China trade as "not a short-term game."

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