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New Yale School of Management Stock Market Confidence Indexes ™ Show Individual and Institutional Investors' Confidence "Unshaken" Despite September 11th and Enron Debacle

March 11th, 2002

New Haven, CT, March 12, 2002 -- How confident are individual and institutional investors following the September 11th terrorist attacks and amid heightened doubts about the integrity of financial reporting sparked by Enron Corp.? A study from the Yale School of Management's International Center for Finance announces four new indexes devised by Robert J. Shiller, a Faculty Fellow there. It shows that both individual and institutional investors' confidence remain "unshaken." Such resilient confidence, says Shiller, "Is a powerful support for the market."

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