Can the bull run last?

FTSE 100 continues to break new records
Thursday 12 Jan 2017 Author: Tom Sieber
It has been an untypically strong start to the year for stocks in 2017. The usual Santa Rally is extending well into the New Year and the FTSE 100 is in previously uncharted territory above 7,200, supported in part by renewed Brexit-inspired weakness in sterling. The latest edition of The Harriman Stock Market Almanac says ‘…historically the euphoria of December (the strongest month of the year) carries over into...

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