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Headwinds on two fronts

Developments at the US Fed and in Greece should hold investors' attention over the next year.

(From left) Christine Tan, CNBC Asia, moderator; Mark Browning, regional CEO, Asia-Pacific, Franklin Templeton Investments; Eric Mogelof, head of PIMCO Asia-Pacific; Hugh Young, managing director, Aberdeen Asset Management Asia and Robert Parker, senior adviser, investment, strategy & research, Credit Suisse, at the Credit Suisse Global Megatrends Conference 2015 which was held last week in Singapore.

A GREEK exit from the euro and a faster than expected rise in interest rates are among the biggest risks facing the global economy in the next 18 months.

That was the consensus of a panel of senior financial sector executives discussing the outlook for the global economy at the Credit

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