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Sibylline utterance

6 March 2013 By Edward Hadas

One thing is clear: investors have pushed a not very representative U.S. stock benchmark above its previous peak. But the meaning of this is obscure. Markets have done well or badly, shares may be cheap or expensive, and people managing money may be optimistic or glum.

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