The AIM market has been battered this year, dragged down by falls of more than 50% in some of the index heavyweights. Hargreave Hale's Oliver Bedford highlights two lesser-watched stocks lighting up the market.
2014 will not go down as a vintage year for equities. Risk appetite has fallen away, and nowhere has this been more keenly felt than on the Alternative Investment Market (AIM). Close observers of AIM...
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