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Quantitative Easing

Where’s the value in the markets?

U.S. Trust President Keith Banks and JMP Securities President Mark Lehmann discuss where you should have exposure in the global markets.

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    Guggenheim Investment Chairman Scott Minerd discusses ECB action and where the value is in today’s market.

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  3. Why has New Zealand lowered rates?

    New Zealand Prime Minister John Key on New Zealand’s lowered interest rates, their trading relationship with China and monitoring the Fed.

  4. Will the ECB move destabilize the markets?

    Jan Randolph of IHS Global Insight and Head of Multi-Asset Portfolio Management Strategy at QS Investors Wayne Lin discuss how ECB’s bond-buying program will impact the markets.

  5. Will the European economy weigh on the U.S. markets?

    Strategic Wealth Partners President Mark Tepper, Global Financial Private Capital Chief Strategist Mike Sorrentino and Bulls-Eye Options’ Alan Knuckman on the state of the U.S. markets.

  6. Will the ECB move destabilize the markets?

    Jan Randolph of IHS Global Insight and Wayne Lin of Legg Mason discuss how ECB’s bond-buying program will impact the markets.

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  9. 2015 the year of the surprise interest rate cut

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  11. How to play the markets today

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  3. Slow growth or strong dollar? What’s behind weak earnings?

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  4. Will ECB stimulus bring Europe back from the brink of deflation?

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  5. How bad weather impacts the economy

    FOX Business Contributor Jon Hilsenrath and Holland & Company Chairman Mike Holland discuss how weather impacts GDP and how the Fed will react to the recent ECB QE decision.

  6. Key: New Zealand central bank thought Fed would start tightening earlier

    New Zealand Prime Minister John Key on the state of the country’s economy and its growth in trade with China.

  7. Will the ECB move destabilize the markets?

    Jan Randolph of IHS Global Insight and Head of Multi-Asset Portfolio Management Strategy at QS Investors Wayne Lin discuss how ECB’s bond-buying program will impact the markets.

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