William Sharpe

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William Sharpe

An American economist and professor. His major contributions include both the capital asset pricing model and the Sharpe ratio, which attempts to account for a money manager's index-like tendencies in portfolio management. Sharpe won the Nobel Prize for economics in 1990. He was born in 1934.
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GRAHAM SHARPE, William Hill's media relations director, has done well in the last 20 years when it comes to churning out books, his subjects ranging from a biography of Screaming Lord Sutch to a fixed football match between Liverpool and Manchester United in 1915.
Graham Sharpe, William Hill spokesman, said: "Four contenders have begun to pull clear of the rest of the field "All of them have been the subject of three-figure bets but the heaviest backing so far has been for the Archbishop of Wales, whose odds have shortened from an opening price of 5/1.
Graham Sharpe, William Hill's spokesman, said: "We offered 500-1 back in November that Lennox would win all four titles by May 18, 1998.
HARRIERS: Lewis; Sharpe, Williams, Albrighton, Briscoe; Gittings, Briggs (Morris, 76), Shaw, Blair; Canham (Matt, 86), McPhee.