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Elizabeth Corley

Corley: US Can Withstand 'Small Global Shocks'  


On CNBC's Squawk Box, CEO Elizabeth Corley discusses the fiscal health of the US economy and how developing crises overseas will impact domestic growth.

Burns McKinney

Dividend Payers Well-Suited for Rising Rates


The timing of Fed liftoff may be up in the air, but it's inevitable that interest rates will rise. History shows that dividend-paying stocks tend to outperform after the initial rate hike in a tightening cycle, says portfolio manager Burns McKinney.

Neil Dwane

QE Punch Bowl, Dividends to Juice European Stocks  


CIO Equity Europe Neil Dwane sees attractive opportunities in equities across Europe, citing a mix of QE stimulus, high dividend yields and cheap valuations.

Kunal Ghosh

Investing in China's Future  


Portfolio manager Kunal Ghosh discusses manufacturing activity and economic reforms in China, the Fed’s game plan for rate hikes and what lies ahead for deflation and demographics in emerging markets.

Neil Dwane

UK Election Review: Surprise Outcome Promises Greater Uncertainty  


The unlikely victory of the Conservative Party in the UK general elections will prove to be a stabilizing force in the short run, but lead to greater uncertainty over a "Brexit" over time, says CIO Equity Europe Neil Dwane.

Neil Dwane

Europe to Reap Benefits of Less Austerity  


CIO Equity Europe Neil Dwane discusses his second-quarter market outlook, including the results of the UK elections, discord over Greece's debt woes, equity-market valuations and how astute consolidation across a number of industries will pay off.

Elizabeth Corley

Fed Faces Delicate Balancing Act  


CEO Elizabeth Corley discusses the normalization of monetary policy in the United States, including when interest rates will rise, amid a backdrop of uneven, fragile global growth.

Neil Dwane

'Good' Deflation Spurs Europe's Economic Growth  


With deflation fears rising in Europe, policymakers are worried—but fear not, says CIO Equity Europe Neil Dwane. Investors should celebrate the lower oil, food and energy prices that support increased economic activity.

Raymond Chan

Falling Rates in Asia Should Trump Weakening Yen  


Asia's markets could suffer if Japan's yen continues to weaken, says CIO Equity Asia Pacific Raymond Chan. Yet with high interest rates set to fall and reform on the agenda across the region, investors shouldn't overlook Asia.

Ben Fischer

Lower-for-Longer Fed Can Fix 'Dr. Copper' Ills  


Falling prices for "Dr. Copper"—the world's smartest economist—usually means bad news, says CIO NFJ Ben Fischer, but lower-for-longer Fed rates should help. Expect a stock-picker's market to return and look to active managers to take advantage.

Doug Forsyth

Upside Surprises May Boost High-Yield Market  


With lower energy prices helping consumers, CIO Fixed Income US Doug Forsyth says non-energy high-yield issuers could benefit in unexpected ways.

Scott Migliori

Main Street On the Mend, But Watch for Inflation  


CIO Equity US Scott Migliori says significantly lower energy costs and strong job growth are bolstering consumers, putting Main Street on more of an upswing than Wall Street. But be mindful of early inflationary pressures, particularly wages.

Andreas Utermann

Monetary Policy Still Fighting Slow Growth  


Investors shouldn't expect significant returns from stocks or bonds in 2015, says Global CIO Andreas Utermann, but central banks will stay accommodative enough to reflate their economies.

Kristina Hooper

Tech Is Ripe for Stock Picking in 2015  


US Investment Strategist Kristina Hooper tells Reuters that while the Fed’s transition to more conventional monetary policy in 2015 may be difficult, investors should still find opportunities in US stocks, especially in the technology sector.

Kristina Hooper

Amid Volatility, Consumers Up Their Game  


US Investment Strategist Kristina Hooper tells CNBC that the US economic recovery should continue to be very strong, with consumers making a comeback and companies spending more.


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