Paul Donovan: video and article archive

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2015 

Is Dollar Strength a Drag on Commodity Prices?
Region: Global/America/Asia    First published on: 18 October 2015     Source: CNBC

Ramin Nakisa on investment value in developed markets
Region: Europe/Global    First published on: 28 September 2015     Source: Bloomberg

Axel Weber on quantitative easing
Region: Asia/Global     First published on: 20 September 2015     Source: CNBC

Axel Weber on China
Region: Europe/Global     First published on: 16 September 2015     Source: CNBC

Simon Smiles on Eurozone equities and oncology investment
Region: Europe/Global     First published on: 16 September 2015     Source: CNBC

Jorge Mariscal on the market sell-off
Region: US/Global   First published on: 24 August 2015     Source: Bloomberg

Min Lan Tan on the market sell-off
Region: Asia/Global   First published on: 24 August 2015     Source: CNBC

Bhanu Baweja on emerging market volatility
Region: Europe/Global   First published on: 17 August 2015     Source: Bloomberg

Geoff Dennis on emerging market volatility
Region: US/Global   First published on: 17 August 2015     Source: CNBC

Geoff Dennis on emerging markets sell-off
Region: US/Global   First published on: 29 July 2015

Mark Haefele on market outlook
Region: US/Global   First published on: 28 July 2015

Bill O'Neill on the Eurozone economy
Region: Europe/Global   First published on: 27 July 2015

Sergio Ermotti talks wealth management
Region: Europe/Global   First published on: 27 July 2015   Source: CNBC

Sergio Ermotti: Surprising if Fed doesn't hike rates
Region: Europe/Global   First published on: 27 July 2015   Source: CNBC

Axel Weber: Greece still likely to remain in the euro
Region: US/Global   First published on: 10 July 2015   Source: Bloomberg

Reinhard Cluse: Outlook for China property market
Region: Europe/Global   First published on: 20 June 2015   Source: Bloomberg

July, August Critical for Greece Talks: Nakisa
Region: EMEA   First published on: 1 June 2015   Source: Bloomberg

Japan has further to run
Region:
EMEA     First published on: 28 May 2015     Source: CNBC

Will Europe copy US share buyback craze?
Region:
EMEA    First published on: 25 May 2015     Source: Financial Times

Dollar Strengthening Bodes Well for FTSE 100
Region:
EMEA     First published on: 26 May 2015     Source: Bloomberg

Are iPhone sales losing momentum?
Region: EMEA     First published on: 25 May 2015     Source: CNBC

Has the bear market in bonds begun?
Region: 
Global     First published on: 24 May 2015     Source: UBS

Still bearish on core EU bonds
Region:
 EMEA     First published on: 21 May 2015     Source: CNBC

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

The new global context
Region: Global     First broadcast on: 21 January 2015     Source: UBS

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