Rupal Bhansali, Chief Investment Officer of Global Equities, appeared on Bloomberg’s Wall Street Week to discuss her non-consensus approach to investing.Watch interview
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In broadcast replay, Rupal Bhansali, portfolio manager of Ariel Global Fund and of Ariel International Fund, candidly discusses her opinions on the market, including the effects of interest rates on companies, currency fluctuation, certain sectors, and regions. These opinions were current as of the date of the broadcast but are subject to change. The information provided in the broadcast does not provide information reasonably sufficient upon which to base an investment decision and should not be considered a recommendation to purchase or sell any particular security. Past performance does not guarantee future results. The information contained in the broadcast is not guaranteed as to its accuracy or completeness.
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