Views from the Harbor (Episode 2)
On this week’s episode of “Views from the Harbor”, Kristof Gleich speaks to Jake Schurmeier, a Portfolio Manager within Harbor’s Multi-Asset Solutions Team, and gets his take on topics including learnings from earnings in Q3, the bond vigilantes of the U.K., the Chinese National Congress meeting and the Federal Reserve (Pause vs. Pivot).
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Music: Mai Tai
Musician: Jeff Kaale
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