Navigating the 'storm clouds' looming for UK growth stocks

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Ed Wielechowski of Odyssean Capital
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Ed Wielechowski of Odyssean Capital

After the strong end to 2019 where the 'Boris bounce' led the FTSE All-Share up roughly 6% in December alone, the start of 2020 has found markets in a more cautious mood.

The question for investors is whether this lethargy reflects mere sobriety after the excesses of the night before, or a more balanced outlook on the rest of the year? Improved investor sentiment following...

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