The past 12 months has seen the collapse of Lehman brothers, government bailouts and banking bonuses.
With positive news from Germany and Western Europe, do the current economic indicators suggest next year will offer positive returns? Will we witness a W or V form of recovery?
The panel discusses these issues and where growth can be found in the coming months and years. BRIC / Emerging Economies are beginning to provide investors with confidence in global recovery, but are these markets too reliant on commodities?
Will the gold market bubble burst, will the oil prices keep soaring? Is an equity focused portfolio better suited for offering mid-long term growth?
The latest Conjecture panel includes:
Julian Chillingworth - Chief Investment Officer, Rathbone Unit Trust Management Limited
Sunil Krishnan - Financial Markets Economist, BlackRock
Robert Quinn - European Equity Strategist, Standard & Poor's
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