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How are the latest Chinese sanctions going to affect the market? 

Biden, Xi, Putin, and Scholz have given us a rare glimpse into their world views and expositions of their calculations. The US has decided that it has so much at stake in the unipolar world order that it can't afford to take any chances. However, can it count on Germany and other allies to follow its lead to isolate China like with Russia? The power struggle between the unipolar world order and the multipolar world has just started. While it is too early to predict its outcome, we now know at least what the game plan of each of the main protagonists is. A former top-ranked Wall Street global macro strategist tells it as it is. You may not agree with everything he says but he will make you reassess everything you thought you knew.

Who is david woo?

  • Head of Global Interest Rates, Foreign Exchange, Emerging Markets Fixed Income Strategy & Economics Research, Bank of America, New York (2010-20)

  • Head of Global Foreign Exchange Strategy, Barclays Capital, London (2004-10)

  • Head of Local Markets Strategy for Central Europe, Middle East and Africa, Citigroup, London (2000-04)

  • Economist, International Monetary Fund, Washington (1996 - 2000)     

  • Ph.D. in Economics, Columbia University, New York, NY (1991-96)

  • B.S in Mathematics, Tufts University, Medford, MA (1986-90)​

  • Northfield Mount Hermon School, Northfield, MA (1983-86)

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