ORLANDO, Fla. -- Client investments in emerging markets, China and Japan should be watched closely by financial advisors, but European markets appear poised for solid, if unspectacular, growth according to global markets experts.
A meltdown in emerging markets was cited as 2014s biggest tail risk in global markets by Jason White, a global equities portfolio specialist for T. Rowe Price Associates, speaking at a session on geopolitical risk at TD Ameritrade Institutionals national conference in Orlando on Thursday.
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