60 seconds with Marcus Brookes on the US market
With US stock indices continuing to make all time highs, Marcus Brookes offers a word of caution.
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Marcus Brookes quickly explains how the Federal Reserve is turning off the taps on its $3.5 trillion QE programme.
We examine some of the potential consequences for markets when the Fed removes the punchbowl of QE. Will it be as boring a process as Janet Yellen hopes?
We look at the challenge and importance of emphasising capital preservation over capital growth as market risks build.
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