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Twitter shares jumped 73 per cent in a frenzied trading debut that drove the seven-year-old company's market value to around $25 billion and evoked the heady days of the dot-com bubble.
Twitter shares jumped 73 per cent in a frenzied trading debut that drove the seven-year-old company's market value to around $25 billion and evoked the heady days of the dot-com bubble.
(BRENDAN MCDERMID/REUTERS)

Seven warning signs the U.S. is heading for another asset bubble

Half a decade out of the U.S. housing collapse and well over a decade after the dot-com crash, worrying signs are already appearing for the next financial catastrophe.

Or so believes Sal Guatieri, senior economist with BMO Nesbitt Burns, who today issued a note on seven warning signs of a possible U.S. asset bubble.