S&P 500 Companies Sidestep China, Invest In Politically Aligned Nations

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The geopolitical landscape is increasingly becoming a key variable in the decision-making process of the largest publicly traded companies when directing investments abroad, new data points out. The World is once again becoming fragmented in two blocs, but the playing field is by far more complicated than that of the cold war, when the Soviet Union and the U.S. became the leaders of a World divided by economic and political views. A new analysis by Bloomberg Economics reveals that cost-effectiveness is beginning to cease being the main factor companies look at when investing abroad. A new tren…

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