Curran, John J.
October 1988
Fortune;Fall1988 Special Issue, Vol. 118 Issue 10, p26
The article presents a stock market outlook for 1989. The author inferred that for 1989, the stock market will not orderly fit into the bull or bear market category. Reason is, although, bear market will not prevail, the bull cannot dominate the market because of inflation worries and price drops of stocks.


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