Friday November 27, 2020

Market panic gives way to relief

After a week of tremors and jangling nerves, the world’s stock markets managed to regain some equilibrium last Friday.

18th August, 2007

After a week of tremors and jangling nerves, the world’s stock markets managed to regain some equilibrium last Friday.

It was a week of gain, pain and then more gain. Even those with the steeliest nerves were glad to see the back of last week as markets around the globe did their best to panic and then relax.

Rediscovered confidence sparked gains early in the week as buyers returned to the market following...

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