The market perceives bargains to be had

March 31st, 2006|by Michael Ashley Schulman, Greg Pellizzon, Perspectives, The Big Picture, Writers|

With economies strong and interest rates still historically low, the market perceives bargains to be had; the world is on sale. Whereas around the globe – from Los Angles to Moscow and Sao Paolo to Shanghai – most people are paying more for food, clothing, utilities and housing than they did six years ago, a […]