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Hedge funds watch the trade war amid growing skepticism over the possibility of a resolution

Friday, June 07, 2019

Bailey McCann, Opalesque New York for New Managers:

How much longer can the trade war go on? Market observers are starting to raise concerns about potential impacts to the market if the trade war, which is now in its fourteenth month continues without a resolution.

James McCormack, global head of sovereign ratings at Fitch told CNBC yesterday, that he feels both the US and China are hardening on their positions. If both sides dig in, it could mean that a trade war resolution is less likely.

"There is a risk that we end up with the two biggest economies operating in parallel tracks in many regards and not in a cooperative way and the world economy will suffer from that," he said.

Daniel Kim, CEO and CIO of hedge fund Blackcrane Capital agrees. He says the market is still pricing in too much complacency on trade and adds that investors could be surprised to the downside. "The Chinese economy has revived too much for it to come to the table with a lot of concessions," Kim said in an interview with Opalesque. "We think people are being too optimistic that we will eventually come to a resolution."

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