Stewart Robinson, Senior Economist (UK and Europe), Aviva Investors
While the U.S. is likely to lead global growth higher in 2016, risks such as disappointing Chinese expansion, even lower commodity prices, and geopolitical shocks persist, says Stewart Robertson.
Traditional investment strategies based on the norms of the last 30 years might struggle to deliver the outcomes desired in a new era of potential lower growth and poorer returns.
Matthew Benkendorf, CIO, Vontobel Asset Management, Inc.
Q2 Vontobel Global Markets Podcast with Matthew Benkendorf, moderated by Joe Terranova, Virtus’ Chief Market Strategist.
Virtus Chief Market Strategist Joe Terranova and Director of Investment Education Brian Portnoy, Ph.D., CFA discuss current happenings in the global markets.
Jonathan R. Stanley, CFA, Managing Director and Portfolio Manager, Newfleet Asset Management
A Q&A with the portfolio manager of the Virtus Strategic Income Fund
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