Sell-side research

Laschinger, Kirsty
January 2004
Finance Week;1/29/2004, p28
Focuses on the debate on the value of stockbroking, or sell-side, research for the South Africa-based Johannesburg Stock Exchange. Background on the concept of sell-side analysis; Decline in popularity of sell-side analysis following the collapse of the Internet economy and discovery of improper accounting practices involving Enron and other companies; Implications for the stock market in the country.


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