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CIO Market Watch on the Greek debt saga
Region: EMEA   First broadcast on: 7 May 2015   Source: UBS CIO

CIO Market Watch - How will the UK election sway markets?
Region: EMEA     First broadcast on: 29 April 2015     Source: UBS CIO

CIO Market Watch on US slowdown
Region: EMEA    First broadcast on: 9 April 2015     Source: UBS CIO

Are Eurozone bond yields set to rebound?
Region: EMEA     First broadcast on: 31 March 2015     Source: Financial Times

CIO Market Watch on US consumer spending
Region: EMEA     First broadcast on: 31 March 2015     Source: UBS CIO

CIO Market Watch on The 20% club
Region: EMEA     First broadcast on: 25 March 2015     Source: UBS CIO

Sergio Ermotti on CNBC: UBS's dividend policy
Region: Global     First broadcast on: 10 February 2015     Source: CNBC

Greece charges as negative rates fades (mp3)
Region: EMEA     First broadcast on: 06 May 2015     Source: Paul Donovan

Rates and currencies (mp3)
Region: EMEA     First broadcast on: 05 May 2015     Source: Paul Donovan

Velocity and momentum (mp3)
Region: EMEA     First broadcast on: 04 May 2015     Source: Paul Donovan

Stagflation! (not really) (mp3)
Region: EMEA     First broadcast on: 01 May 2015     Source: Paul Donovan

It was an age of reason, it was an age of foolishness (mp3)
Region: EMEA     First broadcast on: 30 April 2015     Source: Paul Donovan

Being really, really wrong about the dollar (PDF, 128 KB) 
Region: EMEA     First published on: March 2015     Source: Paul Donovan

A global lesson from Europe (PDF, 131 KB) 
Region: EMEA     First published on: February 2015     Source: Paul Donovan

Which central banks matter (PDF, 115 KB) 
Region: EMEA     First published on: January 2015     Source: Paul Donovan

The New Global Context (PDF, 6 MB)
Region: Global     First published on: 21 January 2015     Source: UBS

The New Global Context (iPad version available on UBS Newsstand)
Region: Global     First published on: 21 January 2015     Source: UBS

Paul Donovan

Paul Donovan: Paul is responsible for formulating and presenting the UBS Investment Research global economic view, drawing on the bank’s world-wide resources. 

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Dr. Andreas Höfert

Dr. Andreas Höfert: Andreas is Chief Economist Wealth Management and Regional Chief Investment Officer Europe

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Dr. Daniel Kalt

Dr. Daniel Kalt: Daniel is UBS Chief Economist Switzerland and Regional Chief Investment Officer Switzerland. He regularly holds presentations on a wide spectrum of topics at UBS client events and seminars, and appears on Swiss TV, radio stations and in print media. 

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Joshua McCallum

Joshua McCallum: Joshua is Head of Fixed Income Economics at UBS Global Asset Management, where he provides economic analysis to support and challenge portfolio managers.

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