While investment managers are not worried about the end of the government QE2 stimulus, their enthusiasm for the economic recovery, stocks and bonds is waning, Russell Investments found in its quarter Investment Managers Outlook survey.

Fifty-four percent said they believe the end of QE2 will have no impact on the market because it has already been priced in, and another 21% said the economic recovery is already self-sustaining.

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