The departure of long-standing CEO Rupert Soames has shaken confidence in the power generator company.
Stocks: the MoneyWeek view
February 2014: Go bargain-hunting Stocks have had a terrible start to the year. But developing-world stocks are cheaper now than they've been for years. Mexico looks promising but is relatively dear – wait for further falls. Brazil and Russia are cheaper – long-term problems look priced in.
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