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Capex Finally Showing Signs of Life

September 29, 2014 US companies are starting to spend more on capital goods and equipment, which reflects their growing confidence in the economic recovery, writes Kristina Hooper.

What Investors Can Expect After Scotland's 'No' Vote

September 19, 2014 Our Global CIO says the British pound’s post-“no” vote rise should be accompanied by a bounce for companies that had been adversely affected by the uncertainty surrounding the referendum on Scotland’s independence.

How Scotland’s Independence Could Affect the UK

September 18, 2014 With the stage set for a close vote on Scotland’s secession from the United Kingdom, CIO Equity Europe Neil Dwane and Portfolio Manager Simon Gergel provide their on-the-ground insights into the referendum’s market, political and economic ramifications.

FOMC Adds More Clarity About Policy, Rate Hikes

September 17, 2014 US Investment Strategist Kristina Hooper breaks down the Sept. 17 FOMC announcement, including what it means for markets, monetary policy and investors.

The Secret to Plan Success

September 17, 2014 Marrying income adequacy with a high degree of confidence in hitting participant payout targets is the new benchmark for a winning retirement plan, writes Glenn Dial in his new monthly column.

How Europe Can Move Forward, Abenomics-Style

August 27, 2014Global CIO Andreas Utermann writes in the Financial Times that European officials should create their own trio of “Abenomics” arrows, focused on accommodative monetary policy, employment and tax reforms, and infrastructure investment.

Big Plans for New EU President Juncker

August 27, 2014CIO Equity Europe Neil Dwane says European citizens have fresh hope for meaningful, positive change as incoming EU President Jean-Claude Juncker takes on huge political, economic, social and financial challenges during his first 100 days.

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Proposed Plan for Distribution Available for Public Comment 
On September 13, 2004, as part of a settlement, the Securities and Exchange Commission (the “Commission”) entered an Order against PA Fund Management LLC, PEA Capital LLC and PA Distributors LLC relating to allegations of market timing relating to four funds (Multi-Manager Series: Growth Fund, Opportunity Fund, Target Fund and Innovation Fund). PA Fund Management LLC, PEA Capital LLC and PA Distributors LLC neither admitted nor denied any of the Commission’s findings in the Order. Pursuant to the Order, an Independent Distribution Consultant (“IDC”) was engaged to develop a plan for the distribution to investors of a share of monies paid by PA Fund Management LLC, PEA Capital LLC and PA Distributors LLC pursuant to the settlement (the “Proposed Plan for Distribution”). On October 7, 2010, the Proposed Plan for Distribution was posted by the Commission for public comment and is available for viewing on the Commission website http://www.sec.gov/litigation/admin/2010/34-63059-pdp.pdf as well as at the following website managed by Rust Consulting, Inc, the proposed administrator for the distribution, www.settlementAGID.com.

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