Australian investment leaders and their global colleagues are united when it comes to expectations about oil prices and the most favourable global equity markets in 2015, but are at odds about the importance of interest rates, world GDP and emerging market economies. This is according to CFA Institute, the world's leading association of investment professionals, following the release today of the Australian results of its 2015 Global Market Sentiment Survey.

"The similarities and differences between global and local respondents' views on the same issues are in some cases very revealing," said Anthony Serhan, President, CFA Society of Sydney. "Certainly they can help investment leaders gain a clearer picture of what to expect in 2015, both near to home and globally".

Global Perspective on Risk by region

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