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Lord Adair Turner: Are Governments and Central Banks Out of Ammunition? 

Are we stuck in a low-growth, low-demand environment for the foreseeable future? Lord Adair Turner discusses whether governments and central banks have anything left in their arsenal. Read More

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Willis Sparks on Geopolitics and Markets: The Enemy Is Uncertainty

Willis Sparks of Eurasia Group has identified low oil prices and heightened sensitivity around China’s economy as major drivers of uncertainty. Read More

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With China Slowing, Can Asia Still Be the World’s Growth Engine?

With recent report that China’s growth disappointed in 2014, some financial professionals have concerns about economic growth in Asia. A broader view of the entire region yields important insights. Read More

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Why China Has Superseded the United States: A Society Becomes Rich from Investment, Not from Consumption

Because the United States has focused on fueling domestic consumption rather than investment, it has been supplanted by China as the world’s superpower, according to Marc Faber. Read More

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Avinash Persaud: Who Will Win the Currency Wars?

“The Americans or the Chinese?” asks risk expert and chairman at Intelligence Capital Limited, Avinash Persaud, at the CFA Institute Middle East investment Conference. Read More

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