Investor Roundtable What's scaring markets most? China, EU or Sandy Add to ... The Globe and Mail Published Wednesday, Oct. 31 2012, 6:21 PM EDT Last updated Wednesday, Oct. 31 2012, 6:23 PM EDT The Roundtable team discusses current market-moving events and why Watch More Video: Nasdaq notches ninth straight quarterly gain Market Call Tonight: Top picks from Sentry’s Gajan Kulasingam What this 'bond guy' has in his portfolio The search for humility in corporate types Greek shops running out of stock Iran oil deal could be bad news for high-cost producers Internet giants drive into the electric vehicle space Canada’s economy 'could have been worse' in January Russia's car industry veers into slow lane Want Egg McMuffins for dinner? McDonald’s tests all-day breakfast How different countries stack up when it comes to gender diversity on corporate boards Chinese stock boom defies slowing economy Market Call Tonight: Top picks from Goodreid’s Gordon Reid Lululemon protects the, um, family jewels (theirs and yours) Why it's likely that oil will dip below $40 again The all-weather, no-brainer strategy for investing in bonds Are BlackBerry's quarterly results signs of a turnaround? Obama takes aim at payday loans Future Shop stores close across Canada The first quarter's star and dog have a location in common, but not much else Comments AA More Related to this Story Market View Video: Market View: Sandy not factoring in perceptions of global economy Asia Video: Stability more crucial to China than growth: S&P analyst Market View Video: Market View: Tricks or treats for investors with Wall Street back in action?