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Markets and Your Money: Trumped-up markets reach new highs

Markets and Your Money: Trumped-up markets reach new highs

The Trump-fuelled sugar rush hasn't worn off yet for US markets, which reached record highs in February. The S&P 500, Dow Jones, Nasdaq and Russell 2000 all surged to new records in the middle of the month, and the Dow notched up its best record-setting streak in 30 years. The Dow closed at record highs for nine consecutive days as investors prepared for President Trump's speech to Congress, and expected tax-slashing plans and mass deregulation.

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