In the latest Interactive Financial Adviser debate, our panellists from Rathbone Unit Trust Management, Threadneedle and Standard & Poor's discussed the current Economic Outlook.
2011 has been a rollercoaster ride so far. With many predicting a year of strong global economic growth a succession of unforeseen incidents have changed the landscape considerably. Earthquakes in New Zealand and more significantly in Japan along with the political destabilisation of North Africa and parts of the Middle East have had an impact on global markets the full extent of which have not yet been fully realised. So how will these events play out on the economic stage and where do our panel see the areas of best growth arising?
The Economic Outlook panel includes:
Robert Quinn - Chief Strategist, Standard & Poor's
Julian Chillingworth - Chief Investment Officer, Rathbone Unit Trust Management Limited
Simon Brazier - Co-Head of UK Equities, Threadneedle
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