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Empirical research on fine wine performance

Monday, December 05, 2011
The macroeconomic factors determining wine price fluctuations.

A SQUARE :: 05Dec11 Empirical research on fine wine performance
Category Wine Investing
Author Florian Guldner
An IMF research paper shows that global prices for fines wines are heavily driven by macroeconomic changes in emerging market economies.
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