Woodford: Equities 'no longer as compellingly cheap'

Morris, Pamela
May 2013
Money Marketing (Online Edition);5/29/2013, p10
The article reports that according to Neil Woodford, head of Great Britain equities at the investment company Invesco Perpetual, valuation of equities is not cheap in Great Britain. In his report for the Edinburgh Investment Trust he mentions that stock market of the country performed well due to initiatives of central banks and financial stimulus inspite of decline in economic forecast.


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