Markets repricing assets from equities to currencies and bonds

The rallies will get more support as economies across the world rebound in earnest next year. ST PHOTO: KELVIN CHNG
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SINGAPORE - The upcoming vaccines may take some time to impart herd immunity, but they have certainly put an expiry date on the economic downturn and financial chaos sparked by the coronavirus pandemic.

Ahead of a more potent economic growth take-off, markets from Singapore to the United States have already started to reprice assets from equities to currencies and bonds.

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