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Searching for: researcher is "cdc ixis asset management"

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Asset Management Advisors Group Survey
Investment Manager predictions
CDC IXIS Asset Management
Dec 2002 United States Investment - Performance
In this survey,  investment managers predict that investors should expect a healthy bounce in their portfolios next year after three dismal years for the market. The managers predict on average that the S&P 500 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average will gain 11% and 11.2% respectively from the December 12, 2002 market close, while the NASDAQ will rise 10% by year-end 2003.

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6D09523B   Click here to contact the authors.
 
"Anticipations Weekly" Economic Research
Economic outlook
CDC IXIS Asset Management
Oct 2002 United States, Japan, Europe (including EU), Brazil Investment - General
In the euro zone, short term economic conditions remain uncertain and risky but the latest figures still do not substantiate fears of a relapse into a real recession. In Japan, rigorous implementation of a final settlement of the nonperforming loan issue is likely to have a recessionary impact in the short term. In the US, real estate indicators have confirmed that property investment will be strong in Q4.

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130674B7   Click here to contact the authors.
 

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