After a start to the year dominated by two big political sagas in Brexit and the US-China trade talks, in the second quarter we are expected to get... more of the same! Our chief analysts Yohay Elam, Valeria Bednarik and Joseph Trevisani discuss the key drivers of the markets for the upcoming three months, whether the recession fears are realistic and which currencies should thrive in the different scenarios.
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