Hambidge, David
March 2004
Money Marketing;3/4/2004, p55
Provides an investment analysis based on the movement of stocks in Europe, North America, the Far East excluding Japan and global growth. Decrease of most of the world's major indices; Percentage decrease of the FTSE World index; Fall of Abbey National's share prices; Recovery by the FTSE 100 of all of January's losses in February; Drop of mid-cap stocks due to the fall of the FTSE 250 despite its strong index.


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