Global equities hit record high, all eyes now on Fed

Global equities hit a record high yesterday as the recovery seen since the collapse in February continues apace. The FTSE All World index climbed 0.9 to 384.9 points, ahead of a high set in February, as technology giants which have propelled US markets higher now lift the global index to a new peak.

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