The Nasdaq broke through the 6,000 mark for the first time on Tuesday as investors move into tech-heavy growth companies on concerns US President Donald Trump will be unable to deliver on his economic expansion promises.
According to the Financial Times, strong earnings coupled with investor sentiment over Trump's inability to pass reform has led investors to move into companies where the underlying growth is less affected...
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