Trump’s appalling mismanagement of the virus means blame must be deflected to China if his polling falls. Speaking at a White House event recently, Trump told reporters China may or may not keep the trade deal. We cover what that could mean for global markets, and it's impact on Australia's economy. We'll conclude by discussing the investment implications of this going forward

Join Nucleus Wealth’s Head of Investments Damien Klassen, Chief Strategist David Llewellyn-Smith, and Head of Operations Tim Fuller as they cover “IS AUD a Coronavirus safe haven?”

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Timestamps (approx) 

1:20 agenda
2:14 Rhetorical virus war underway, with tit for tat. escalating rhetoric
5:00 Trump reigniting the trade war in retaliation
7:00 Trump fumbling his coronavirus execution.. needs a scapegoat
9:00 biden vs trump election
12:30 demand deficit
 14:30 a rerun of the great depression?
 21:20 market implications: tariffs, commodities, deflation, aud & usd, Gold