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The US bull market is officially the longest on record since World War II surpassing the 1990, 2000 and 2007 peaks. It is hard to imagine the music won’t skip a beat in the face of rising rates, shrinking central bank balance sheets, curtailing liquidity, trade spats, wage inflation risks, and emerging market credit concerns.

10 October 2018, by Zak SMERCZAK

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