The strange death of the UK stock market; how to deal with stock market setbacks
August 27, 2020

The strange death of the UK stock market; how to deal with stock market setbacks

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Years ago as a student at Oxford I read a book called ‘The strange death of Liberal England’, which was about the sudden fading of the erstwhile all-conquering Liberal party and its replacement by Labour. Something similar seems to be happening to the UK stock market, which seems to be going in the European direction of stagnant irrelevance.
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