There may be bargains at the bottom

What’s up with global markets? Is this the end of what’s been a long bull market or a chance to pick up some bargains? How will we know when the bottom has been reached?

17th March, 2007

What’s up with global markets? Is this the end of what’s been a long bull market or a chance to pick up some bargains? How will we know when the bottom has been reached?

Everyone, it seems, is asking the above questions right now.

Since the so-called ‘Shanghai surprise’ a fortnight ago, when the Chinese stock market cratered almost 10 per cent in the space of just one day, markets have...

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