Against the background of increasing tension in global trade, the leading international fund managers are looking for companies from Italian banks to major e-commerce players in China who can benefit from this situation, Reuters writes. To avoid the consequences of a global trade war, international funds increase their investments in companies with stable domestic growth, dominating the market or possessing intellectual rights, which will force buyers to purchase goods, regardless of additional taxes. Thus, the Janus Henderson Global Select fund invests in the giant Chinese e-commerce Alibaba Group Holdings, the Causeway International Value Fund - in the Italian bank UniCredit, the AB International Strategic Core - in the Spanish IT company Amadeus It Group.
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