Goldman has upgraded Taiwan shares. This is why
Folks sporting protecting masks order meals at a restaurant in Taipei, Taiwan, on Thursday, Might 27, 2021.
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Goldman Sachs has upgraded its advice for Taiwan shares, and says it “seems to be good below the hood.”
The benchmark Taiex has taken a beating in current weeks, and is main losses amongst main Asia-Pacific markets to this point in Might, in response to calculations by CNBC.
The Taiwan inventory market has been below stress, after the island was hit by a resurgence of Covid-19 infections. Previous to the newest wave, Taiwan was extensively applauded internationally for its success in containing the coronavirus and not using a full lockdown.
However Goldman Sachs’ chief Asia-Pacific fairness strategist Timothy Moe will not be frightened.
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