Skip to comments.World stock markets up near record high; low yields help
Posted on 06/09/2014 4:02:25 PM PDT by Erik Latranyi
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Global equity markets edged higher on Monday, boosting a gauge of world stock performance to near an all-time high, as low interest rates bolstered sentiment even as U.S. Treasury yields rose.
Wall Street's Dow industrials and benchmark S&P 500 closed at all-time peaks, with the latter rising to its seventh record close in eight trading sessions.
Asian stocks earlier touched their highest levels in nearly three years. Europe also advanced as Spain, Italy and Portugal spurred regional indices on bets those markets would benefit most from last week's European Central Bank stimulus measures.
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two words digital money. Doesn’t anybody realize that the stock market is being falsely held up by the government?
Aww c’mon man. Happy days are here again.
Running wild on funny money Cuidado!
The crash won’t occur until Republicans can be blamed....after the election.
It’s a loooong way to the bottom.....
If the rapid trip down doesn’t do the job on us that sudden stop at the bottom surely will.
Bought more gold and silver today......
EXACTLY! Waiting until GOP is elected is their plan!
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