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FX carry could survive in uncertain times

NEW YORK - A strategy to invest in high-yielding assets from developed economies using low interest rate currencies in so-called "carry trades" could still work in 2010 despite worries about the euro-zone debt crisis.

New wave of gains seen for commodities

NEW YORK - Copper and oil prices could leap on strong industrial demand in coming months and gold may rise further on inflation-linked buying, suggesting a new wave of gains for commodities.

Trade ideas: Strategists name buys, sells

Top Wall Street economists and investment strategists are putting U.S. stocks at the top of their shopping lists.

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Despite fiscal woes, don't count the U.S. out

NEW YORK - The turmoil in Europe over Greece's debt woes has sparked a few fears that market turbulence looms over the United States because of its growing federal deficit.

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A U.S. double-dip recession seen as unlikely

NEW YORK - It is unlikely the U.S. economy will take a turn for the worse and slip back into recession, top economists and investment strategists said this week.

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Next bubble: Corporate bonds..or stocks

NEW YORK - Tulip bulbs. Florida real estate. The Nifty Fifty. Gold. Japanese real estate. The Internet. Housing.

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Barclays makes tactical bet on emerging Asia FX

NEW YORK - Investors oversold emerging market currencies on "overdone" fears on Europe's debt crisis, and they now risk missing an upturn in fast-growth emerging Asian nations, a top emerging market strategist said on Wednesday.

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S&P does not see Greek default inevitable

LONDON - Ratings agency Standard and Poor's does not consider that a Greek debt default in the near term and a breakup of the euro zone are inevitable, a senior official said on Wednesday.

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Goldman's Cohen sticks with stocks

NEW YORK - The United States is not facing a double-dip recession, and with inflation low conditions are setting up for "equities in general" to do well, Goldman Sachs' senior U.S. investment strategist Abby Joseph Cohen said on Wednesday.

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JPMorgan Chase's Lee: Stocks near bottom

NEW YORK - U.S. stocks are now near a bottom and could rally before the end of July, the chief U.S. equity strategist for JPMorgan Chase said on Wednesday, adding that U.S. equities currently may be a better bet than European shares.

Commods may surprise to upside: Goldman's Cohen

NEW YORK - The recent sell-off in industrial commodities may have been sharper than investors expected but they could stage an equally surprising rebound if emerging nations continue to rapidly build infrastructure, a strategist for top commodities trader Goldman Sachs said on Wednesday.

Speakers

Summit Date Category
Aerospace and Defense 2014 Sep 8 - 11 Aerospace/Defense
Russia Investment 2014 Sep 22 - 24 Financial Services/Exchanges
Eastern Europe Investment 2014 Sep 29 - Oct 1 Financial Services / Exchanges
Global Climate Change 2014 Oct 13 - 16 Energy
Middle East Investment 2014 Oct 20 - 23 Financial Services/Exchanges
China 2014 Oct 27 - 29 Financial Services / Exchanges
Global Commodities and Resources 2014 Nov 3 - 5 Financial Services/Exchanges
Global Investment Outlook 2014 Nov 17 - 20 Financial Services/Exchanges

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