HSBC tells investors to 'slow down,' picks a bunch of global stocks to cut through volatility

A woman wearing a protective face mask walks past a logo of HSBC bank.
Gonzalo Fuentes | Reuters

HSBC has named a raft of global stocks it thinks will continue to do well despite market turmoil, as it urges investors to "slow down."

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