Credit notes

Read, Paul
June 2009
Money Marketing;6/11/2009, p44
The article discusses the potential of the medium-term investment in the credit market in Great Britain. The credit market has shown some signs of improvement with the stable returns and recovered risk assets. The market is now becoming attractive to the investors who are taking medium-term view as it continues to offer compelling value, strong monetary and fiscal response.


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