Investors remain cautious despite growing optimism

Evans, Judith
March 2009
Fund Strategy;3/23/2009, p11
Trade Publication
The article reports on the expectations and reactions of investors regarding the economic condition in Great Britain in 2009. Based on the Merrill Lynch Fund Manager Survey, investors remain cautious despite their optimism on global economic growth. Michael Hartnett, co-head of international investment strategy at Bank of America Securities-Merrill Lynch, believes that risk reluctance of investors will be resolved if the economy will improve in the second and third quarter of the year.


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