Recovery delayed but not destroyed

Daley, James
September 2001
Money Marketing;9/20/2001, p7
Reports that fund managers in the U.S. are optimistic about the prospects of recovery in the global stock markets in spite of the terrorist attacks. Projected recovery of Sam Mercer-Nairne, a SG Asset Management fund manager in 2002; Factors that can lead to economic recovery; Outlook of Andrew Watkins, head of investment trusts at Jupiter on the stock market.


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