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The asset allocation implications of China’s slowdown

The further slowdown we expect in China would probably be a headwind for some “risky” assets that are particularly sensitive to its economic cycle. It also informs our view that China’s sovereign bonds will outperform those of developed markets (DMs), and that the renminbi will weaken against the US dollar.

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