Investment round-up 2012: QE and the euro set the tone

Smith, Amanda
December 2012
Fundweb;12/28/2012, p2
Trade Publication
The article provides updates in the financial services industry in the European Union (EU). It notes that the risk of Greece defaulting on its sovereign debt remained to be a major concern as its government failed to agree terms for EU bailout. It profiles JPMorgan Asset Management global strategist Tom Elliot and Towry chief investment officer Bob Dawkins.


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