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November 20, 2012
Bloomberg interviews Contango CEO George Feiger on the "fiscal cliff" and its impact on both US and Europe -- as well as on the challenges and opportunities for investors.

November 4, 2012
Despite the devastation it wreaked, Hurricane Sandy is likely to affect the financial markets "only at the margins," George Feiger, chief executive of Contango Capital Advisors Inc., told Investment News. The bigger challenge is still to come, he added. "We have continuing deterioration in Europe, China's economy continues to sink and we have the fiscal cliff."

August 28, 2012
George Feiger, chief executive officer of Contango Capital Advisors Inc., the San Francisco-based wealth management arm of Zions Bancorporation, discusses foreign and domestic financial markets, as well as US monetary policy and other issues, with Susan Li on Bloomberg Television's "First Up."

May 18, 2012
Watch Susan Li of Bloomberg Television's "First Up" interview George Feiger, Contango's chief executive officer about the possibility of Greece exiting the euro area, the initial public offering of Facebook Inc. and his investment strategy.

May 18, 2012
Unless Congress acts, Contango CEO George Feiger tells USA Today, taxes will rise and government spending will fall at the end of the year. Combine that with Europe's continuing economic problems, and the result could be bad news for the world economy.

February 24, 2012
While stock prices have returned to pre-crisis levels, investors have been on a "roller coaster," with much of the current trading reflecting momentum coming off a volatile period in the second half of 2011, Contango CEO George Feiger told the New York Times.

January 22, 2012
"Any day now you may see the collapse of the Greek debt negotiations and the dominoes will start to fall," cautioned George Feiger, CEO of Contango Capital Advisors, in a recent Denver Post article.

January 3, 2012
Benefting from continued innovation, its shale gas resources and its world-class system of raising capital for new business ventures, "the US will continue to be the least bad place to invest for a number of years," Contango CEO George Feiger told USA Today.

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