In the United States, stocks have been trending higher this week as the markets rally to a fresh all-time high.
But stocks in Africa are still a lot higher.
In the past week, the market has rallied nearly 30% on the Nasdaq, and has increased by more than 30% in the past three days, according to data compiled by MarketWatch.
This week’s rally has been fueled by the U.S. Federal Reserve’s decision to raise interest rates by a full percentage point to 3.25% on Thursday, the first increase in more than a decade.
The Nasdaq also has been a big winner.
On Thursday, its gains came mostly from sectors that have been doing well in recent weeks.
The S& in particular has enjoyed some big gains.
This has helped make the S&s shares a lot more affordable than many other stocks, which have been more expensive recently.
In fact, the S & in recent days has risen by more that 20%.
The Nasdaq is a good benchmark for investors because it doesn’t have the same level of volatility that stocks do.
But it is not the only way to see what is happening in the market.
In fact, it is the best way to measure the overall market.
As long as you’re watching the Nasblex, you can find out what’s happening with other stocks as well.
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