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Will the bull finally be caged?

With earnings time approaching, some analysts see an end to the two-year bull market. Jon Ihle and James Enright report

9th July, 2011

In the coming weeks, companies around the world will be reporting their earnings for the first six months of the year, giving some indication of whether the continued buoyant prices on the world’s major equity markets are justified - or heading for a fall.

After a two-year bull market led by US stocks and supported by the Federal Reserve’s enormous quantitative easing programme, some market analysts are expecting the bear market to come...

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