TALLINN - The Tallinn stock market is in the middle of a major crash. Investment companies say the fall has been logical and see no sign of an upturn before 2009.According to the Halifax annual report the stock market index has fallen 34 percent 's drastically more than the EU average of 17 percent. "It has been all over the world that the markets have descended, [mainly] because of a worse economic sentiment and credit crises. In Estonia and the Baltics, a general cooling of the economy and slowdown of economic growth [have also been seen]," said Henri Adams, an analyst from investme...
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