Robert Lenzner: The New World Order Of Global Markets

10/08/2010 10:18 pm ET | Updated May 25, 2011

The best minds in finance--George Soros, Mohammed El-Erian, Larry Summers, Joseph Stiglitz and Robert Rubin--were not exactly raving bulls at the Financial Times conference on "The Future of Finance" this week. They were not the force driving the Dow Jones industrial average through 11,000 Friday, rather they were arguing convincingly of the constraints evident in the global economy that are bound to make investing anywhere more difficult and different than ever before.

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