Survey: Healthcare, Large-Cap Set for Boom

J. L.
April 2005
Investment Management Weekly;4/4/2005, Vol. 18 Issue 13, p7
Presents information on the results of the investment management outlook of Russell Investment Group released as of April 2005. Sectors expected to take a positive turn in the markets; Percentage of managers who expressed bullish sentiment on large-cap growth stocks; Discouragement of clients to change investment philosophies despite the news.


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