Industry commentators are cautiously optimistic the US equity market's record-breaking bull run has "some way to go" but warned factors such as interest rates rising too quickly or a full-blown trade war with China posed the largest threats.
On 22 August, the S&P 500 broke the record for the longest bull market in history, clocking up a 3,543 day run that started on 9 March 2009 when the index was trading at 676 points. Following a rise...
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