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The Bank of Japan recently announced an escalation of monetary stimulus and will buy government bonds up to 15% of its gross domestic product and increase the average duration of purchases from seven to 10 years. Where do you think this action will h
How likely are Tuesday's elections to affect the issues of importance to the surety industry?
Are you concerned for your family or company about a potential spread of the Ebola virus?
To what extent is Ebola a significant risk factor for global investors?
How great of an effect is the oil boom in some U.S. states having on the national construction labor force?
If your CEO were to die unexpectedly, does your company have an emergency succession plan?
What effect, if any, has the Volcker rule (or other similar regulations) had on global debt, currency and derivatives markets?
Given existing statutory bond requirements, should contractors be required to answer detailed questionnaires before bidding on public projects of a certain value?
While the U.S. is experiencing slow but steady growth, the eurozone might be slipping back into recession. Is your company factoring a possible eurozone crash into financial planning?
Over the next few years, will central banks succeed in reducing their involvement in markets while enabling economies to flourish on their own?
How prepared do your clients seem for a converged revenue-recognition standard?
As a result of a radical restructuring, Hewlett-Packard is splitting into two companies. Investors have cheered; trading has gone up. What say you?
Will the planned breakup of Hewlett-Packard into two publicly traded entities -- one focused on the enterprise market and the other on the PC and printer market -- create value for its shareholders in five years?