From Moderna's rise in share prices to Asia and Singapore stocks, Market Strategist Louis Teo covered the latest market updates LIVE on MONEY FM 89.3's Market View today. With news of Moderna’s experimental COVID-19 vaccine, the biotech company’s shares rose by 20%. But how sustainable will this rally be? What should you know before buying into its shares?
Louis Teo joined Michelle Martin on MONEY FM 89.3 to give his take on market developments following Moderna’s announcement. He also discussed sustained US-China tech rivalry and how new restrictions on chipmakers will impact Chinese tech giant Huawei.
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