Bowie, Chris
January 2007
Fund Strategy;1/15/2007, p30
Trade Publication
The article presents a glimpse of the day-to-day activities of a fund manager in Great Britain from January 1 to 7, 2007. Strong winds slightly damaged his house and he settled for a steak pie and a movie with the children to celebrate the New Year. On Tuesday, he tried to catch up with the market trends and check portfolios. On Friday, he came up with a proper New Year's resolution.


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