Walsh, Max
March 2007
Bulletin with Newsweek;3/13/2007, Vol. 125 Issue 6560, p40
The article presents information related to the Australian financial market. The stockmarket had fallen by 6.1% recently that represented a loss of $68bn. While that correction hurt, the question that remained unanswered was whether it was a one-off episode or the beginning of the end of the equity market. As the dust cleared, it became evident that the financial markets are now at much greater risk than the current pricing of assets implies.


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