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According to a Bloomberg global poll, international investors as confident about the worldwide economy as they have been in the last five years, with 59 percent saying they have faith in the economy in 2014.

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Investor Confidence Hits 59% on Eve of Davos Forum

According to a Bloomberg global poll, international investors as confident about the worldwide economy as they have been in the last five years, with 59 percent saying they have faith in the economy in 2014.

Investor Confidence Hits 59% on Eve of Davos Forum (Bloomberg)

According to a Bloomberg global poll, international investors as confident about the worldwide economy as they have been in the last five years, with 59 percent saying they have faith in the economy in 2014. Thatâ??s the highest percentage result since November 2009. This sentiment is powered by the U.S.-led resurgence of developed nations. This positive attitude is an important consideration as the World Economic Forum opens in Davos, Switzerland, tomorrow. For no matter how the heads of state intend to shape the global economy, it takes motivated investors and consumers to keep it moving along. How about you? Heading into 2014, are you confident the global economy will continue to improve?

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Investor Confidence Hits 59% on Eve of Davos Forum

Investor Confidence Hits 59% on Eve of Davos Forum (Bloomberg)

According to a Bloomberg global poll, international investors as confident about the worldwide economy as they have been in the last five years, with 59 percent saying they have faith in the economy in 2014. That’s the highest percentage result since November 2009. This sentiment is powered by the U.S.-led resurgence of developed nations. This positive attitude is an important consideration as the World Economic Forum opens in Davos, Switzerland, tomorrow. For no matter how the heads of state intend to shape the global economy, it takes motivated investors and consumers to keep it moving along. How about you? Heading into 2014, are you confident the global economy will continue to improve?

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