Webinar: Betashares Quarterly Economic and Market Update: Geopolitical risk returns


Middle East tensions and the possible return of Donald Trump pose new risks to the financial market outlook. How should investors treat these risks? What else is driving markets?

Betashares Quarterly Economic and Market Update: Geopolitical risk returns (52:16)

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