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Morning Call: 'We could be in here for the long haul'

Michael McKenna
Head of Editorial Content, Saxo Bank

Summary:  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.


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