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What China’s re-opening could mean for global markets

An accelerated re-opening of China’s economy wouldn’t necessarily be good for global bonds and equities if it stoked inflation in developed markets. But a more gradual re-opening could be more benign for global assets, especially if it coincided with declining inflation and weak global growth.

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