laggardness


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If not for the year-end laggardness and apprehension of investors to take huge positions in the penultimate week of the year, gold would have been trading above $1,400 easily," said Richcomm Global Services analyst Pradeep Unni.
Ultimately the safety net of the West German economic system may have contributed to the East Germans' prolonged laggardness.
Canadian laggardness is a mixed blessing in this regard, as there are numerous reform exercises and blueprints around the world from which to draw (both inside and outside of the Westminster family).