Stocks fall but bullish outlook rises

January 2009
Fund Strategy;1/26/2009, p14
Trade Publication
The author focuses on the increasing positive outlook for the financial market despite of the global economic crises. He notes that the further deterioration in the global economy is the greatest threat to the asset class in the fiscal 2009. The author highlights the substantial impact of the global economic downturn on growth of the export-oriented countries such as China, Taiwan, and South Korea. The expected annual increase in gross domestic product of China is also indicated.


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