Spot the bull competition

Salih, Chris
May 2009
Money Marketing;5/14/2009, p30
The article discusses the economic condition of the stock market in Great Britain. The author stresses that many financial experts believed that the country's bull market is still challenged with a gloomy economic situation characterized by skepticism. It also cites several perspectives of financial experts regarding the condition of the market which include Anthony Bolton, Gary Potter and Julian Chillingworth.


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