The two groups had opposing views in November, but the latest poll shows a divergence in the expected timeline of economic improvement
Three out of four global investors expect President Barack Obama and congressional leaders to reach a short-term agreement to avert more than $600 billion in spending cuts and tax increases scheduled to begin on Jan. 1.
In an InvestmentNews poll, advisers slammed President Obama's handling of the budget agreement. The big complaint: The White House dithered on cutting government spending.
Our AdvisorOne survey found some sentiment for Sallie Krawcheck, but gave regulators overall poor marks for protecting consumers and providing a level playing field.
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