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A JPMorgan money manager explains how traders can profit from an unloved part of the global market, regardless of the trade war's outcome

Business Insider Wednesday, 19 June 2019
A JPMorgan money manager explains how traders can profit from an unloved part of the global market, regardless of the trade war's outcome**

· *Escalating trade tensions between the US and China have global markets on edge. *
· *Emerging-market investors could reap great returns by differentiating between the trade war's winners and losers, said Rashmi Gupta of JPMorgan Chase Bank.*
· *Gupta argues that savvy traders should be able to profit regardless of...
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