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December 18th 2014:Economies, Energy & Investment in 2015-with Wells Fargo Advisors’ Chief International Strategist & the Founder of the Emerging Market Investors Assn

What does 2015 hold in store for us as investors and international businesses? Another year of volatility muting returns? Or the promise of a brighter future? Paul Christopher, the Chief International Strategist for Wells Fargo Advisors and Nate Suppaiah the founder of the Emerging Market Investors’ Association share forecasts for the year ahead. What’s the best approach to emerging market investments? Which regional and local markets will prove the brightest? Sub-Saharan Africa? LatAm? India, Frontier markets? Will Europe ever recover? What sectors? Will oil prices stay low? What’s the impact

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Paul Christopher

Paul is the Chief International Strategist for Wells Fargo Advisors. He focuses on the international economic outlook and offers investment advice on currencies and commodities. Prior to joining Wells Fargo Advisors, he developed economic strategies to trade in global financial and commodity futures markets for Eclipse Capital Management. In previous positions, Paul supplied international economic perspectives for A.G. Edwards (a predecessor company of Wells Fargo Advisors), and advised institutional clients of Istanbul-based Global Securities on the oil-based economies of the Caucasus and Central Asia. In addition, he consulted with the governments of Hong Kong, Egypt, Russia, Kazakhstan an
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Nate Suppaiah

Nate Suppaiah is the Director of EMIA (www.emia.org), the Emerging Market Investors’ Association as well as managing editor of Alternative Emerging Investor, www.aeinvestor.com. He began his career as a wilderness paramedic. He turned to economics after covering China's acceptance into the WTO for The Economist (Beijing). In 2004 he joined Oppenheimer’s Chicago office as an associate broker, then returned to China as a management consultant for a German firm specializing in strategic entry analysis & due diligence. In 2007 he moved to Buenos Aires, launching CapRG. He has a degree in finance from Univ of Loyola(Chicago)& Masters from the Univ of Buenos Aires (Int'l Econ Relations)and the Un
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