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Market weekly – US small caps stand to expand their lead on large caps (podcast)

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Daniel MORRIS
 

Large-scale stimulus measures, a cyclical bounce for the economy and attractive valuations have converged to brighten the prospects for US small capitalisation stocks. Pamela Woo, head of US equities, shares the details of her views – including comments on the upcoming US election – with Daniel Morris, senior investment strategist.

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