Global Indices Rally On The Back Of Political Moves
Dalal Street Investment Journal|September 13, 2021
On a wave of buoyancy, Nasdaq and S & P 500 touched fresh highs and gained 2.82 per cent and 1.25 per cent, respectively, during the fortnight.

The S & P 500 index has climbed for seven consecutive months, the longest winning streak since January 2018. A robust corporate earnings season and continued central bank support have helped stocks in the US hit record highs over the past few weeks. Dow Jones ended flat, gaining a mere 0.09 per cent over the fortnight. Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell said in his remarks for the Jackson Hole symposium that the central bank could begin withdrawing some of its easy-money policies.

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