What the Global Market Slump Means For Your Investments

Investors are increasingly worried that a big multi-year change is taking hold—and it’s not just concern over the Federal Reserve pulling back on its bond-buying program. China’s economy may be slowing, emerging market stocks are off 10 percent since their May peak, and Japan and Europe aren’t out of the woods yet. David Kelly, chief global strategist at JPMorgan Funds, and Ira Jersey, director of U.S. interest rate strategy at Credit Suisse talk to NBR about what these global developments mean for your investments and your business.

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