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The Investment Store briefing

Christchurch

Tuesday, November 2nd 2010, 9:47AM

Join The Investment Store for its latest investment briefing.

Hear their investment experts provide you with their thoughts on the current state of global and local financial markets and their views on which countries, sectors and stocks will likely provide positive returns and outperformance in 2011 and beyond.

Speakers include Paul Glass, principal of Devon Funds Management, Jack Lowenstein, senior portfolio manager and deputy chief investment officer at Hunter Hall, and Laetitia Peterson, Janine Starks and Mike Perry from Liontamer.

When: Tuesday, November 2

Where: The Canterbury Room, Rydges Hotel, cnr Worcester Street and Oxford Terrace, Christchurch.

For more info email info@theinvestmentstore.co.nz or call 0800 331 041

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