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Are we in a stock market bubble?

Ed Monk

Ed Monk - Fidelity International

This week, the start of the year has been strong for stock markets - but has it been too strong?

Some are beginning to ask whether the extreme gains made at the top of global markets is - in fact - the sign of a ‘melt up’ in share prices - the last leg before the bubble bursts. Are they right?

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