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Trade tension in markets as the global economy watches

By Bloomberg
07 April 2018   |   4:00 pm
Bob Miller, lead portfolio manager for BlackRock's Total Return Fund, Anupam Damani, manager of TIAA-Cref Emerging Markets Debt Fund, and George Rusnak, co-head of global fixed-income strategy for the Wells Fargo Investment Institute, join Bloomberg's Jonathan Ferro. They discuss the recent trends in global economic growth.

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