Avoid Brazil and Mexico, Don't Go Near Turkey, Says Allianz's Dwane

Avoid Brazil and Mexico, Don't Go Near Turkey, Says Allianz's Dwane

Neil Dwane, Allianz Global Investors global strategist, talks about his emerging markets investing strategy and potential impact of a trade war on markets. He appears on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."
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10-Year Treasury Yields May Fall Further: JPMorgan AM's Anderson

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Japan's Abe Falls Short of Supermajority in Election Victory

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Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe claimed victory in Sunday's upper house election while falling short of securing a supermajority to quickly push through his plans to make the first revisions to the country's pacifist constitution.
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Iran's Seizure of British Oil Tanker an 'Extraordinarily Brazen' Step, Says Eurasia Group's Rome

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