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TAKE A LOOK -Stories from the Reuters Global Investment 2018 Outlook Summit
November 14, 2017 / 8:20 AM / 5 days ago

TAKE A LOOK -Stories from the Reuters Global Investment 2018 Outlook Summit

Reuters is interviewing nearly 40 hedge funds, money managers and macroeconomists from Asia, Europe and the United States as part of the Reuters Global Investment 2018 Outlook Summit.

Speakers are discussing the biggest investment and macroeconomic themes in the coming year, including the legitimacy of bitcoin, their thoughts on Donald Trump’s first year as U.S. president and the potential fallout from Brexit.

Here are some of the stories from the Nov 13-17 Summit: Recent stories: >Bitcoin is a bubble, no plans to short-sell: Japan Post Bank CIO >MW Capital Mgmt feels equity bull run nearing end >“It does not get much better than this” for markets-AIA >Japan shares at crucial point of possible uptrend: Japan Post Bank >State Street sees Asian bond markets under some pressure in 2018 >Top Malaysia fund firm eyes more private investments to cut cash >Light Street Capital’s Kacher bets on further drop in IBM stock >Avenue’s Lasry raising $1 bln for distressed power bets >Ellington’s Vranos fears corporate liquidity crisis >Trade sterling like emerging market currency, say investors >PGIM Fixed Income’s Peters cuts risk amid inflation, Fed, tax woes >GAM says Turkey crisis possible in 2018 >Only in “foothills” of another tech bubble-RLAM’s Greetham >Natixis plans to double Asia Pacific assets to $100 bln in 3 years

Earlier stories: >Hermes emerging markets head bullish on innovation and China >Top Indian investor Jhunjhunwala says steering away from IPOs >SkyBridge boss grouses over sale approval delay >Shortseller Chanos adds to Tesla bet, predicts CEO will leave >Man Group says bitcoin futures would draw it to cryptocurrencies >Pimco’s Fels sees U.S. stuck in ‘new neutral’ of low rates >JP Morgan AM long on sterling, optimistic on Italian debt >Aberdeen Standard likes Singapore banks, warns on DBS provisions >BlackRock’s Fink says no need for hysteria in markets >Malaysia’s $30 bln pension fund to put more money in foreign deals >Big money is coming to bitcoin: ex-Fortress exec Novogratz >Bernstein faults ‘unwise’ bond bets, sees longer stock bull market >Hard Brexit threat may send pound to $1.20-Northern Trust Asset Mgt >Schroders’ Forest sees stock rally broadening beyond IT in 2018 >Top Indian fund manager bets on banks as bad loan build-up slows >Harvest Global CIO bets on Chinese “new economy” stocks >Australia’s IFM Investors targets growth in Asia (Compiled by Richard Borsuk and Muralikumar Anantharaman)

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