New market regime calls for different investing strategies

People walk by the New York Stock Exchange on April 25 in New York City. PHOTO: AFP
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SINGAPORE - A trio of risks are crippling market confidence: the war in Ukraine, inflation in the United States, and Covid-19's spread in China.

Despite unprecedented global pressure on Russia, the conflict in Ukraine looks set to enter a more protracted phase. This has significant implications for energy and food prices as well as European and global economic growth.

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