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For every Tesla, there’s Nokia, Kodak and Cisco.
Just in time for Christmas.
Powell signals Fed staying the course with loose monetary policy
The index’s continued rise suggests retail investors are changing Japan’s markets
Stocks can benefit from rising earnings as economy recovers from the Covid pandemic
Investors have piled in to clean-energy shares, driving up valuations
Two non-executive directors bought around £100,000 worth in shares each
Investors say a further sharp rise in yields would threaten Wall Street’s record run
Stock prices remain our best prediction of future amid continuing technological change
A decade of dominance is a long time in market history
Britain’s market has been held back by Brexit risk and its lack of tech companies
Volatility boosts value of companies with options to invest in future projects
Don’t crack up too much.
Shares in software group are trading near an all-time high following analyst upgrades
Sometimes, it’s worth listening to a bear.
Calls to jettison traditional price to earnings metrics echo dotcom boom era
Germany pushes Brussels to allow member states to block exports of coronavirus vaccines produced in the EU
Rising number of US-listed equities are exhibiting signs of investor euphoria
Veteran managers warn over exuberance as stock valuations and other signals flash red
Abuse is hurled at Citron founder on Reddit in dispute over valuation of video games retailer
Once again, the market is doing that thing.
The echoes of the dotcom bubble era in current market conditions
FTSE needs more than Brexit relief to keep outperforming; fewer returns mark a return to a form at Asos
Cold-blooded markets focus more on a shift in the Senate following Georgia elections
While investors appear bullish, some wobbles in equity markets should be expected in year ahead