The Lion's share

Dampier, Mark
June 2009
Money Marketing;6/18/2009, p16
The article presents the author's perspective regarding the condition of the stockmarket in Great Britain. With the short-term potential of shares, the author stresses that the stockmarket will possibly face a great impact particularly in the housing market. He further notes that houses remains too expensive considering that unemployment rate in the country continues to increase.


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