Deal Makers Sentiment Survey: 2019

Greenwich Report
April 2019 By: Richard Johnson
In this 2019 Deal Makers Sentiment Survey, we explore M&A and capital market outlooks, examining expectations across industry and region and highlighting the key concerns and drivers for the next 12 months.
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The line between fundamental and quantitative investing is blurring as fundamental investors adopt tools and approaches long employed by “quants.”
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