Rising stock market valuations reflect increased risk taking, Fed’s Fischer says | Finance News
Stanley Fischer, vice chairman of the U.S. Federal Reserve Rising valuations in the stock market and elsewhere are partly explained by a brighter economic outlook but also by rising risk appetite, Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer said Tuesday. read whole article

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