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Nosebleed Valuations and US Corporate Earnings

Ben Le Brun, Market Analyst, OptionsXpress, Sydney

11-May-17 07:07

Nosebleed Valuations and US Corporate Earnings

Ben Le Brun, Market Analyst at OptionsXpress in Sydney, talks about US corporate earnings, expensive US stock valuations, fund flows into emerging markets and the impact of a high-spending Australian budget on its ratings and debt levels.


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