The US stockmarket, riding high on the Donald Trump administration's expansionary fiscal policy, is now in the longest bull run in history, surpassing the previous record that was set between October 1990 and the bursting of the tech bubble in March 2000.
A combination of vibrant economic growth in the US, threats to global trade and the Federal Reserve's unwavering stance is sucking overseas investment dollars into the US. But that could all change as...
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