Bloomberg Global Investor Poll
On the eve of the World Economic Forum at Davos a survey of 477 investors, analysts and traders who are Bloomberg subscribers reveals optimism about the global economy.
Published Jan. 21, 2014
Are you more confident or less confident about the outlook for
the world economy than this time last year? Related Story »
Which of the following do you think poses the biggest risk to the global economy in the next year? Related Story »
For each of the following asset classes, please indicate if you think it has reached unsustainable, bubble-like levels in global markets. Related Story »
Among the following, which one or two markets will offer investors the BEST or WORST
opportunities over the next year? Related Story »
Right now, are you more optimistic or more pessimistic about the policies of the following leaders as they affect the investment climate in their respective countries:
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Do you expect Iran will or will not be a viable investment opportunity within the next five years? Related Story »
Over the next decade, what do you expect U.S. growth to be, on average?
Is it your sense the U.S. economic recovery is more the result of structural change in policies that affect growth, or more a cyclical correction after the recession? Related Story »
Do you think income inequality does or does not hamper economic growth?
Do you think income inequality is something it is appropriate for governmental policy to address?
Do you think the income gap is bigger or smaller in the U.S.
compared to other developed countries?
What is your view of what should happen to Edward Snowden, who leaked National Security Agency (NSA) records that exposed U.S. government surveillance programs?
GRAPHIC: CHLOE WHITEAKER, CHRIS CANNON, MIRA ROJANASAKUL & JEREMY DIAMOND/ BLOOMBERG VISUAL DATA