Why equities will dominate the 1990s - Mass privatization, demographic change and fundamental structural shifts in capital flows around the world will produce sharp increases in both supply and demand for equities over the next decade. The signs are that this is already happening: there were more international equity offerings in the first half of 1993 than in all 1992.
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