The New York Times, by Matthew Phillips.
The party has been going for more than a decade. But a lot of Americans haven’t been celebrating. “[…]”
Stocks crossed a major threshold on Wednesday, when the 10-year-old bull market arguably became the longest on record. “[…]”
It ranks among the great booms in American market history. The Standard & Poor’s 500-stock index has soared more than 320 percent since emerging from the rubble of the financial crisis in March 2009, creating more than $18 trillion in wealth. “[…]”
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