Half of investors think attractiveness of UK markets has improved but companies show less enthusiasm

30% of companies agree it has improved

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63% of investors said that UK markets were attractive compared to just 45% of companies
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63% of investors said that UK markets were attractive compared to just 45% of companies

There is an increasing disparity between investors and companies on how attractive UK markets are and how much they have improved over the last year, according to a joint report from Peel Hunt and the Quoted Companies Alliance (QCA)

The 'Eye of the Beholder' report analyses the view of investors and companies on the UK financial markets and found that 50% of investors surveyed think that the attractiveness of UK markets has improved...

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