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China trade war? No worries

SPONSORED CONTENT - Mike Kerley, fund manager for Henderson Far East Income, gives an update on the fund’s portfolio activity and explains why China’s trade war poses little threat.

Mike Kerley, fund manager for Henderson Far East Income, delivers an update on the fund's portfolio activity, explaining why it remains largely unchanged and why and how it differs so greatly from the benchmark. Mike also delivers his opinion on the current state of the Trade War between the US and China and how the seemingly endless battle poses little threat for Henderson Far East.

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