While 2019 proved a buoyant year for all financial markets, the first weeks of 2020 have proved volatile. Asian investors who remember previous corrections are looking for sophisticated strategies fit for all market conditions. Financial markets proved unpredictably buoyant in 2019. Although the fog of US-China trade frictions hung over them, and economic growth faltered, both equities and bonds ended the year far higher than they started it.
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