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Sometimes, monetary policy is not “just” monetary policy. Such is the case with the European Central Bank’s 1-trillion-euro program that officially began operating on March 9.
As central banks around the world devalue currencies, markets are unsure about how dangerous this “devaluation feedback loop” could become. Currency specialist Sean Simmons explains the self-reinforcing cycle that is in play and what its ramifications could be.
The power of technology is visible in a broad array of sectors and industries. International equity analyst Larry Franko discusses how the technology landscape has evolved, and what the evolution means for value investors.
The U.S. Commerce Department reported yesterday that orders for durable goods were down 1.4% for February, following a slight drop in January. The data suggest that businesses are still generating relatively weak demand for big-ticket items, putting them on pace to post a weak first quarter overall.
The views expressed represent the Manager's assessment of the market environment as of March 27, 2015, and should not be considered a recommendation to buy, hold, or sell any security, and should not be relied on as research or investment advice. Views are subject to change without notice and may not reflect the Manager's views.
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