How much further does the US market have to go?

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I’ve been doing some ISEB questions recently.

They are the old 11-plus and they warm you up for the more challenging questions that you might like to play with: What are the next numbers in the sequence? 5.4    5.4    5.3    5.4    6.2    6.8     …     … 7.3    7.8    8.3    8.6    8.6    9.6     …     … How about? 1.50    1.35    1.35    1.60    1.50    1.50    …    … All of these are the last six-monthly readings of US stats, taking us up to the end of November. The first one is the CPI, known to everyone as the inflation rate. This most recent reading of 6.8% has distinguished itself by being the highest since June 1...

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