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in flat to up markets.

Swedish translation: i statiska till stigande marknader

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English term or phrase:in flat to up markets.
Swedish translation:i statiska till stigande marknader
Entered by: Sven Petersson
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06:56 Apr 3, 2002
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English term or phrase: in flat to up markets.
Our strategy has been to minimize under performance in declining markets (as we have done in the last two years), and to outperform in flat to up markets. With this in mind, as long as the economic outlook remains uncertain, we will maintain a more broadly diversified portfolio, but expect to become more aggressive when we see signs of improvement
caroline persson
Sweden
Local time: 11:49
i statiska till stigande marknader
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Local time: 11:49
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i statiska till stigande marknader


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Sven Petersson
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Local time: 11:49
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