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  1. Kevin Lockhart:

    I believe there's a higher degree of uncertainty right now driven by a combination of historically low commodity prices and equity market volatility plus what happens with interest rates.

  2. Paulo Pereira:

    The disconnect between the levels of M&A activity in Britain and Europe reflects a higher degree of investor confidence in Britain's economic recovery, as well as sector-specific consolidation drivers.

  3. Randal Phillips:

    China's use of its market and its use of regulatory supervision blow a hole right through what WTO provides. So, there needs to be a new mechanism to have a higher degree of transparency and predictability.

  4. Nora Volkow:

    This particular study is a step forward in that we can now state with a higher degree of confidence that cannabis use is associated with an increased prevalence and incidence of substance use disorders but less likely to be linked with any mood disorder or anxiety disorder.

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