Survey reveals UK equity optimism

York, Nicola
June 2009
Money Marketing;6/25/2009, p12
The article discusses the survey held by Apcims and Comres regarding the market equities in Great Britain. Sixty-six percent of the individuals polled are anticipating increased investment in Great Britain equities in 2010. Banks, gas, oil, and pharmaceuticals are listed as the top sectors for buying opportunities.


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