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If you’re going to change jobs in a difficult job market, you want to be especially sure that you are making the right decision by identifying the true reasons behind your feelings.
If you’re going to change jobs in a difficult job market, you want to be especially sure that you are making the right decision by identifying the true reasons behind your feelings.
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SCOTT BARLOW

Three investment trends standing on a knife edge

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Market action so far in 2013 has all the hallmarks of speculative fervour followed by a blow-off, in this case led by Abenomics. After yesterday’s snapback rally, portfolio returns will be determined by three post-crisis trends that stand on a knife-edge: U.S. corporate profit margins, low global interest rates and emerging markets outperformance.