Krishna Memani, chief investment officer at OppenheimerFunds, has warned the combined effect of weakening oil prices and dollar strength would be the biggest risk to markets globally as it indicates an emerging markets slowdown.
Speaking to Investment Week, Memani said a slowdown in emerging markets would lead to a repeat of 2015, when asset prices collapsed following a deceleration in Chinese growth. However, Memani said...
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