As pre-election battles focus on the Bush administration's tax cuts and other economic issues, uncertainty regarding future tax levels is persuading many investors to remain in cash.
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The Swiss Structured Products Association has voted in Daniel Sandmeier as its new president. Sandmeier takes over from inaugural leader Roger Studer
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