As US indices hit their first all-time high in more than a year, investors hope a rebound in corporate profits is, finally, in sight

History indicates stocks tend not to be impacted until late in the rate-hiking cycle, but analysts caution the current monetary environment is unlike any other

Google’s name change; US bull market looks tired; fussy investors; and favouring a trading posture that is neither bullish nor bearish

Analysts think flows to Europe will continue


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