'Confidence is back - now firms need to capitalise'

May 2013
Mail on Sunday;5/19/2013, p89
CONFIDENCE is returning to the City, declares Marcus Stuttard, head of AIM, the popular alternative stock market. It is a view that will be welcomed by the Government, but also by Britain's small investors, who have had slim pickings in recent years.


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