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The ECB and QE: A Risky Experiment

Long-time central bank watchers will not be surprised to hear that J├╝rgen Stark is skeptical about the program of quantitative easing (QE) launched by the European Central Bank (ECB) on 22 January. Read More

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A Specter Overhanging Europe

The eurozone needs to address its lingering debt crisis before it loses the trust of international investors. Read More

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Investing in the New World Order: Fundamental Analysis Is No Longer Enough

Income disparity, geopolitical instability, political polarization, high debt, and central banks in uncharted territory have changed the reality for investors. Read More

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Audience Poll: Investment Pros and CFA Charterholders Weigh In on Future of Asset Management

Using live-response polling technology, Annual Conference attendees forecasted equity market returns and identified major drivers of risk and reward. Read More

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