This report of the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) concludes that London’s junior market has had a challenging 2022 but will recover.
After shedding around 28% of its value to its pandemic lows in March 2020, the FTSE AIM All-Share Index rose to 1,248.31 points at the end of June 2021. Now, after a difficult first half of 2022, the small-cap index has lost nearly a third of its value, making most AIM shares a bargain, especially for long-term investors.
This update of London’s junior market ultimately sees the index for small and medium size growth companies on a growth trajectory. AIM’s ambitious, fast-growing businesses will be key to Britain’s economic recovery.
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