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Jeremy Glaser

Jeremy Glaser is the Markets Editor for Morningstar.com.

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The transformation of the Greek debt crisis from a banking to a political problem limits the potential impact of a Greek default on the rest of the world, says Morningstar’s Bob Johnson.

December's housing data showed improvement, but the widening price gap between new and existing homes remains a concern, says Morningstar's Bob Johnson.

Friday's jobs number may disappoint some observers, but when averaged with November's robust report, growth should be consistent with what we've seen in the past year, says Morningstar's Bob Johnson.

Many will be disappointed with moderating GDP growth and housing's performance next year, but surprised by improvement in skilled-labor wages and the federal deficit, says Morningstar's director of economic analysis.

Slower growth in China will likely mean lower commodity prices--which, in turn, could stimulate the U.S. economy, says Morningstar's Bob Johnson.

As eurozone recession fears mount, Europe-based firms with a global footprint are becoming attractively valued; meanwhile bargains are harder to find in Japan and the emerging markets, says the Oakmark International manager.

Managing risk means properly pricing the strength, consistency, and ability of a firm's cash flow stream to withstand macro shocks, says the Oakmark International manager.

Headline growth was better than expected, but an unsustainable boost from government spending and exports means the U.S. hasn’t broken out of its slow-growth trends, says Morningstar’s Bob Johnson.

September's job gains were solid, but after adjusting for a weak August, growth remains in the same year-over-year range we've seen for quite some time, says Morningstar's Bob Johnson.