Fidelity's Shah sees 8-10% correction

Salih, Chris
May 2009
Money Marketing;5/21/2009, p20
The article reports on the speculation of Sanjeev Shah, special situations manager of investment provider Fidelity Investments, that the money market in Great Britain will recover in 2009. Shah sees positive indications in the market that could possibly signify its recovery from the recession. He is also confident that the recession will not last longer than expected.


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