The Endlessly Rising Stock Market Explained

May 2013
Moderate Voice;5/31/2013, p14
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The article discusses why the U.S. stock market is rising. It states that stock prices increases when the economic data is good. It highlights that when the economic data is bad the U.S. Federal Reserve is expected to increase or maintain its money printing, which increases stock prices. It mentions that when consumer spending increase, there is a rise in stock prices and when consumer spending decreases people look elsewhere to spend their money, which makes stock prices to go up.


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