Philip Saunders | The Chinese punchbowl & the last dance

Philip Saunders, Co-Head of Multi-Asset Growth talks about the Fed acting as a 'chaperon' and discusses its potential decision to remove emergency monetary accommodation whilst not considering raising interest rates and what this means for markets.

Jul 22, 2021

15 minutes

Philip Saunders
Philip Saunders, Co-Head of Multi-Asset Growth talks about the Fed acting as a 'chaperon' and discusses its potential decision to remove emergency monetary accommodation whilst not considering raising interest rates and what this means for markets.

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Philip Saunders
Co-Head of Global Multi-Asset Growth

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