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Engage with Andy Busch

Engage with Andy Busch

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May 30th 2014:The International View

This week on Engage, we analyze the international outlook for investing and contrast it with the United States. First, we have on UBS' Stephen Freedman. Mr. Freedman is Global Investment Strategist for the Americas team. We'll cover the UBS outlook for stocks, bonds and currencies. Specifcally, why UBS continues to like stocks even when the S&P 500 is at a record high. Next, we turn to political upheaval in Thailand. The military just executed a coup in that country with many dying during protests. We'll get a view from a reporter who just visited the country. Matt Rusling from Xinch

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Stephen Freedman

Since joining UBS in 1998, Stephen has served as an economist and public policy analyst in a range of positions. Since 2004, he has been an Investment Strategist within Wealth Management Research. In March 2007, Stephen transferred from Switzerland to the Americas team as Global Investment Strategist, and has been spearheading the Asset Allocation process. He is a core member of the Wealth Management Americas Investment Committee, a lead analyst of the monthly flagship publication, the Investment Strategy Guide, and a regular contributor to a variety of topical research reports.
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Matt Rusling

Matt Rusling has lived and worked on five continents over seven years in countries including Japan, Korea, Thailand, Cambodia, Sierra Leone, Zimbabwe, Germany, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba and Washington DC. His specialties include forced labor/ human trafficking in Thailand/Myanmar, U.S.-China relations, U.S.-Japan-China relations, U.S.-China trade, China's economy, Thailand's politics, Thailand's economy, U.S. foreign policy. He has interviewed U.S. defense secretaries, White House officials, Japanese politicians, UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, North Korean refugees and Burmese forced labor and human trafficking victims. He has toured the Guantanamo Bay, Cuba prison that houses al Qaeda
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