On the horns of a bull market

Laugharne, Trevor
October 1993
Accountancy;Oct93, Vol. 112 Issue 1202, p70
Trade Publication
This article presents economic trends in the Great Britain stock market. Long-term prospects remain good for positive returns on stocks. Individual and institutional investors are optimistic about continuing to invest. The FTSE 100 Index stock price index is forecast to reach 3,400 points in 1994. The fall in bond yields has been the main driving force behind the bull market. INSET: ECONOMIC INDICATORS.


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