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Video length: 14 minutes

Morning Call: US, China look to make a deal

Michael McKenna
Head of Editorial Content, Saxo Bank

Summary:  Both Washington and Beijing want to see this weekend's G20 summit lead to a trade deal, but all signals point to an enormous gap between the two powers' expectations. This leaves the G20 as the key macro event risk for CNH, Chinese equities, US equities, and markets as a whole.

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