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No End In Sight Yet To Stock Market Party

Dodge Dorland, Chief Investment Officer, Landor & Fuest Capital Managers, New York

08-Nov-17 07:35

No End In Sight Yet To Stock Market Party

Dodge shares his views on what is driving the current enthusiasm in world markets.

Yesterday, Australia's stock market broke above 6,000 points for the first time since the global financial crisis, pushing past a psychological barrier while Japan's Nikkei jumped to a level not seen since 1992 on Tuesday morning.

He doesn't see an end specifically to the party in the stock markets but he said they are now being "very cautious and watching carefully".

Dodge also talks about what is happening in the Middle East and how it will impact markets and oil prices.

We also talk about the possibility of oil prices reaching US$100 a barrel again.

Presented by: Joyce Goh

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