The big takeaway from Wilmington Trust’s 2011-2017 capital markets forecast briefing on Tuesday in New York City is that the global economy is continuing to recover slowly, with real estate and employment under pressure.

“The future is foggier than usual,” said Rex Macey, senior vice president and chief investment officer for Wilmington Trust’s Wealth Advisory Services business, at the lunch briefing. “This is not the time for betting big. It’s a time for patience.”

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