The inquisitor: Things may actually be getting better

The markets are revolting. Investors are bailing out of European bank stocks because of fears of the impact of a Greek sovereign default.

24th September, 2011

The markets are revolting. Investors are bailing out of European bank stocks because of fears of the impact of a Greek sovereign default. Investors are abandoning US stocks because of fears about the state of the world’s biggest economy. In London, stocks have been falling because of all of the above,and there are concerns for the wider global economy due to signs that German economic growth has stalled.

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