Today's edition of the Saxo Morning Call features Saxo Bank Head of Equity Strategy Peter Garnry, Head of Commodity Strategy Ole Hansen, and technical analyst Kim Cramer Larsson discussing the renewed weakness seen in the Turkish lira, the USD rebound, the flat Chinese equities session, and what it all means for EM as a whole.
Why we are seeing a new Cold War in tech
Washington's hard push against Chinese technology giant Huawei represents a major salvo in what is turning into a new Cold War in the tech sector, says Saxo Head of Equity Strategy Peter Garnry.
Morning Call: 'We could be in here for the long haul'
Asian bourses saw a notable surge of risk-off sentiment overnight as the latest signs from the US-China trade war show China settling in for a protracted conflict, Meanwhile, UK prime minister Theresa May's continued woes have placed her government in peril, sending GBP sharply lower as markets re-price the ongoing Brexit imbroglio.
Morning Call: Dollar powers into the high ground
Join our SaxoStrats experts as they discuss how the dollar has zipped to its strongest since 2002 against a broad range of currencies and why this is bad for global economic growth. We also look at at how gold is faring in light of the greenback's advance and what the latest Brexit twist has done to sterling.
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