Hedge funds will settle accounts and investors will get fresh readings on retail sales and consumer sentiment in the coming week. MarketWatch’s Stacey Delo sets the table for the news ahead.

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The Week Ahead In Europe
Results from Inditex, which owns clothing retailer Zara, and a strategic review from Alcatel Lucent, will headline a relatively quiet week in Europe. Also expected are the results of Germany’s ZEW economic sentiment survey.


12/5/2008

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Look Ahead in Asia: China Will Survive Downturn

Edward Mullen, chief executive of mainland China’s first hedge fund Emperor Investment Management, tells Michael Kitchen that Chinese domestic demand will offset the slump in exports.

12/5/2008

Category: Markets, Video

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