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What you should know about the Nasdaq bubble debate

There are a number of solid reasons why analysts believe the Nasdaq is not in record territory, beyond the fact that, on an inflation-adjusted basis, Nasdaq (IXIC) would have to break through the 7,000 level to be at record levels and to beat its March 2000 historic high of 5,048, using 2.2% annualized inflation. Burt Read more about What you should know about the Nasdaq bubble debate[…]

Alibaba set to price shares as investors gear up for flotation (18/09/2014)

18 September 2014 Last updated at 07:14 GMT by BBC News Chinese online giant Alibaba is expected to set the price of its shares later in what could be a record-breaking initial public offering (IPO). Alibaba could raise between $22bn (£13.5bn) and $25bn when it lists its shares in New York. The previous record IPO Read more about Alibaba set to price shares as investors gear up for flotation (18/09/2014)[…]

Market report: European shares steady, eye Ukraine (01/09/2014)

09:55, 1 September 2014 by Jane O’Sullivan European shares were little changed as investors kept an eye on the situation in Ukraine European shares were little changed as investors considered economic data from Germany and China and as EU governments agreed to impose further sanctions on Russia. By 09:50 a.m., the FTSE 100 was down Read more about Market report: European shares steady, eye Ukraine (01/09/2014)[…]