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IQ Magazine: Life After Easy Money

A decade of monetary stimulus is gradually giving way to a new era of fiscal stimulus.

Learn about the forces that will influence corporate performance — and, ultimately, asset prices — as the age of easy money draws to a close.


Rick Lacaille, Global CIO, State Street Global Advisors; Mihir Desai, PhD, Mizuho Financial Group Profesor of Finance, Harvard Business School, Professor of Law, Harvard Law School; Jonathan Haskel, PhD, Professor of Economics and Director of Research, Imperial College Business School; Lori Heinel, CFA, Deputy Chief CIO, State Street Global Advisors; Simona Mocuta, Senior Economist, State Street Global Advisors; Amlan Roy,PhD, Global Chief Retirement Strategist, State Street Global Advisors; Amy Le, Investment Strategist, Global Demographics & Retirement Research, State Street Global Advisors; Anne-Marie Fink, CFA, Portfolio Strategist, Alternative Investments, State Street Global Advisors; Ramu Thiagarajan, PhD, Global Head of Fixed Income Currency and Cash Research, State Street Global Advisors; Elliot Hentov, PhD, Head of Policy and Research, Official Institutions Group, State Street Global Advisors

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