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A stock exchange.‘he plans to invest in the stock market’‘it is only feasible in an active stock market’[as modifier] ‘the stock market crash’‘fluctuations in stock market prices’
- ‘Is the time right to put your money back in the stock market, or should investors stay in hiding?’
- ‘Investing in the stock market is not about picking bottoms, and nor is it about selling at the top.’
- ‘It has also been helped by channelling my investments into other areas such as the stock market.’
- ‘We like them because they are a cheap and simple way of investing in the stock market.’
- ‘It is a truth universally acknowledged that if you want to make money you need to invest in the stock market.’
- ‘For example, in order to put money into the stock market, most people invest via a fund manager.’
- ‘We all know that money is cheap and many companies on the stock market are reasonably priced.’
- ‘It is that fear of losing money that has kept many investors away from the stock market.’
- ‘It is undeniable that the stock market has not been kind to investors over the past three years.’
- ‘Anyway, times are getting tougher and there are lots of reasons not to invest in the stock market.’
- ‘The recent downturn in the stock market has placed some investors into a bit of quandary.’
- ‘Yet their stock market valuations have crashed as the stock market itself has crashed.’
- ‘It would appear the stock market has not been a good place to invest your money so far this year.’
- ‘Some of these building societies have since become banks and floated on the stock market.’
- ‘Enron and the damage done to investors' confidence is also a nagging ache for the stock market.’
- ‘Here are some of the reasons not to invest in the stock market at the moment.’
- ‘To get those sorts of returns, investors need look no further than the stock market.’
- ‘Here are three popular ways to track the stock market with a modest cash pot.’
- ‘As private investors, we generally cheer when the stock market rises and boo when it falls.’
- ‘Many beginners get their first taste of the stock market via an investment club.’
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