In this 38th episode of the OppenheimerFunds World Financial Podcast, Directors of Fixed Income Research Turgut Kisinbay, Ph.D. and Meral Karasulu, Ph.D. share their outlook on Italy, the dollar, U.S. trade tensions with China and emerging markets.
For more, listen to Episode 38 of our World Financial Podcast, EUR/USD: Quitaly or Italeave?
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