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'Must get used to low-growth world'

There has been no sign of a let up in the big drops in value on the world's financial markets.

Overnight, the leading Asian Stock Exchanges lost between 4% and 6% of their value.

Investors are still worried about America and the eurozone running out of money to pay their debts.

Alan Brown is the chief investment officer at Schroders and he told the BBC "we must get used to a low-growth world".

  • 09 Aug 2011
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