Lessons from 2008’s school of hard knocks

Lucy Scott

At the start of 2008, the UK and US were just beginning to come to terms with the abrupt end of the most spectacular bull run that either market had ever seen, hastened by the infectious American-led subprime crisis and credit crunch.

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