Updated Thursday, October 23, 2014 as of 7:47 AM ET

What Economic Trends Will Shape the Rest of 2013?

CHICAGO – Ron O’Hanley, Fidelity Investment’s president of asset management and corporate services, laid out his take on a number of economic trends through a game of red light/green light led by Morningstar’s head of global research Scott Burns, at the Morningstar Investment Conference on Friday.

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Posted by Eileen H | Monday, June 17 2013 at 5:59PM ET
There are several factors indicated here that can have an impact over the economic trend in the present year 2013. Japan's recovery from financial debt is a positive approach, whereas large number of unemployment in nearly all the countries along with the inflation is an alarming situation. So, it is hard to predict the scene for economic trends in 2013 in the days to come.
Posted by tasha123 s | Thursday, June 20 2013 at 12:45AM ET
If one has to consider the economic growth in todays modern world one has to consider the two super power India and china are leading economies in in Asia pacific region they are the spheres around which the whole economy revolves. China has a unique GDP of
10+-percentage mark making it virtually one of the strongest economies in the world but there has been a slow down in both the nations. India being affected more while china has shown some decline in industrial output making it hard for other nations to bear. But whatever it is they are the trend setters and are real developing nation and will play a very significant role in economic development, the main reason of this is the bulk of foreign investment flowing into these nation with establishment of numerous multinational companies the nations are now defining the worlds future.
Posted by jane g | Thursday, July 18 2013 at 11:43AM ET
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