On guard

May 2009
Money Marketing;5/14/2009, p50
The article discusses the implications of global economic downturn on the operation of fixed-income investors in Great Britain. The author stresses that the economic condition has caused the failures of other banks that affects the confidence of investors. It also cites the different initiatives carried out by the British government to address the situation. The author notes that investors should be more vigilant and prepared since the economy is perceived to become worst.


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