Market optimism gives retailers a lift

Friars, Austin
August 2002
Cabinet Maker;8/23/2002, Issue 5301, p4
Trade Publication
Reports on the response of British and U.S. stock markets to the expiration of the deadline for U.S. chief executives to validate the truth of their company accounts. Improvement of share prices; Short-term targets for stocks indices.


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