Surprisingly good results for 1999, and the continued popularity of hi-tech stocks, meant the first quarter of 2000 continued where the last of 1999 left off. Says Anna Mackman, European equity analyst at CSFB in London: “The general message from the Euro-zone is a strong one, but there is some concern that everything has been happening a little too quickly. Tech stocks are outperforming their global counterparts, and after the headlong blanket approach to the sector, we may see more ...
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