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Berger: Will VW scandal trigger wider correction in equities?
Serge Berger
22 September 2015 at 12:48 GMT
Video / 22 September 2015 at 12:48 GMT

Berger: Will VW scandal trigger wider correction in equities?

Serge Berger
The emissions scandal hitting Volkswagen seems to have started a wider sell-off in European stocks. Seasoned equity trader Serge Berger believes VW may be just the trigger, and we could be heading for a global correction in stock markets.

The likelihood of US legal action involving more than just one automaker plus the Chinese slowdown, with the latest PMI data from the world's second largest economy due this week, combine to largely explain why global equity markets are increasingly looking nervous.  

Serge sets out his trading strategy and talks through the near-term market prospects.  
 

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