Disaster in Japan will have limited effect on world economy

04/3/2011 | AdvisorOne

The global economy won't suffer long-term damage as a result of the earthquake and tsunami in Japan, according to a report from Rogerscasey. The paper concludes that uncertainty in the equity, fixed-income and currency markets will only be temporary. Meanwhile, the effect on the U.S. economy will be limited to specific companies.

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