Around two-thirds of UK investors no longer feel confident investing in the UK stock market as a res...
Around two-thirds of UK investors no longer feel confident investing in the UK stock market as a result of accounting problems at Enron and Worldcom, according to a survey by Cavendish Asset Management. While half of investors admitted such scandals had also shaken their faith in professionals such as investment advisers, analysts and stockbrokers, only a quarter believe recent falls in markets have created a buying opportunity.
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