GLOBAL EQUITY MARKETS HEAD LOWER IN MARCH

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According to Standard & Poor’s, a leading provider of independent investment research, indices, and ratings, global equities ended down 0.15% for March, ending a record eleven straight months of gains as measured by the S&P/Citigroup Broad Market Index (BMI) Global Composite(1). However, even with the slowdown in March, the BMI, which measures over 7,500 stocks across 52 countries covering 97% of global market capitalization, still ended the first quarter with 4.16% gain.

Is the global equity market just taking a breather, or are we poised to head lower?  Read the complete Press Release at http://biz.yahoo.com/prnews/040407/nyw145_1.html.

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