Cheer up -- gloom is so last year

Gilchrist, Chris
January 2013
Money Marketing;1/10/2013, p19
The author comments on the biases toward negative financial events, and offers some positive interpretations of the global economic crisis including those affecting the European Union and the U.S.


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