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Brandywine offers its opinion about current pricing and risks in the global high yield market
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ClearBridge | May 19,2015
Scott Glasser and Michael Kagan offer insight on the equity market
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Western | April 16,2015
Western Asset reviews the previous quarter and offers its outlook for the municipal bond market
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ClearBridge | April 16,2015
John Goode discusses multiple issues of current importance for the economy and financial markets
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ClearBridge | April 7,2015
Hersh Cohen offers perspective on issues affecting the equity market
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Royce & Associates | April 7,2015
Chuck Royce shares his thoughts on the small-cap equity market
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Western | February 25,2015
Western CIO Ken Leech reflects on efforts to make sense of the fixed-income market amid heightened uncertainty
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ClearBridge | February 20,2015
Paul Erhlichman offers insight on equity valuations outside of the U.S.
Martin Currie | February 17,2015
Insight on economic growth, investment risks, earnings and valuation
Martin Currie | February 9,2015
Kim Catechis discusses key drivers, risks, current valuations and more
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Brandywine Global | February 4,2015
Steven Smith and David Hoffman discuss their outlook for the global bond markets


Poll

When will the Fed raise the Fed Funds target rate?








Poll

When will the Fed raise the Fed Funds target rate?

June
(3%)
September
(35%)
November
(23%)
Not until 2016
(39%)



Previous month Poll

Will the current wave of central bank easing jump-start the world's economies?

No - The real issues are structural - real progress on labor reform and regulatory excess will have more impact
(32%)
No - Deflation is already taking hold, making monetary policy changes ineffective
(5%)
Yes - The US model shows that monetary easing can help economies heal in the medium term
(19%)
Yes, but it will take even  longer than it did in the US, and the delay will have a negative political impact
(44%)