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Steven Hess
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Anne Van Praagh
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David Fanger
Senior Vice President  
Mark LaMonte
Managing Director - CCO  
Managed Investments
Yaron Ernst
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Daniel Serrao
SVP - Team Leader  
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Gail Sussman
Managing Director
Naomi Richman
Managing Director
Anne Van Praagh
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Jonathan Polansky
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Mark Gray
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  • 26 Oct 2015
    • Failure to lift US debt ceiling next week does not imply US debt default
      We expect that an agreement to raise the debt limit will be in place before the current extraordinary measures are exhausted, and, if not by then, certainly before November 15, when the Treasury is scheduled to make interests payments of $35 billion. If an agreement is still not in place by this time, the government could delay other expenditures to ensure it has enough cash to pay bondholders… Full Report​​
  • 7 Oct 2015
    • US Aaa rating supported by diverse economy, politics lend uncertainty
      The rating is underpinned by a variety of credit strengths, including a strong record of GDP and productivity growth, the US dollar’s role as global reserve currency and the benchmark status of US Treasury bonds, all of which enable the country to support a higher level of debt relative to other sovereigns. However, the contentious political process injects uncertainty, as reflected in the recent possibility of a partial government shutdown on 1 October 2015…Full Report
  • 18 Sep 2015
    • Eventual Fed move will demonstrate strength of US recovery, but could trigger volatility in emerging markets
      When it occurs, a Fed rate hike will reinforce our view that the US economy is on track for above trend growth. While higher US growth supports improved growth expectations in most advanced economies, we do not expect the Fed action to have a significant impact on interest rates or currencies of other developed countries. However, an eventual hike will contribute to downside risks for some emerging market sovereigns, particularly those that are more reliant on foreign investors to meet their operating and capital financing needs...Press Release

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