The world’s most widely followed stock market benchmark now stands at about 1,560 – remarkably close to the 2000 peak of 1,527.46 and the 2007 high of 1,565.
While the current rise may yet prove to be more durable than its predecessors, there’s ample reason for concern. At least one high-profile observer sees the market entering a multiyear period in which big swings will be the norm.
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