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Royal London’s Greetham sees a risk-on tone for markets in 1h

By Bloomberg
30 January 2019   |   1:31 pm
Trevor Greetham, head of multi-asset at Royal London Asset Management, looks at what the end of the partial U.S. government shutdown means for markets and the Federal Reserve's rate path.

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