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The rally in global stocks has pushed major indexes to record highs as traders bet that a flood of liquidity unleashed by central banks will make its way to equity markets.
Perhaps more visibly, Tesla has accumulated diehard fans in the form of retail traders who have helped push up the company’s valuation seemingly in excess of its financial performance.
NZX suspended trading last week only because the attack prevented traders from accessing up-to-date stock information published on NZX’s public-facing website.
There are signs that everyday traders are going bonkers for equity options, which offer a cheap way for traders to bet on a stock going up or down in price without having to actually purchase the shares.
Weak government testing capacities and informal food supply chains means there is little oversight of traders and fishermen, and almost no protection for unwary consumers.
I have never known a trader in philanthropy who was not wrong in his head or heart somewhere or other.
PEARLS OF THOUGHTMATURIN M. BALLOU
The trader smiled knowingly, for he knew that the major esteemed himself the best.
HUNTING THE LIONSR.M. BALLANTYNE
Ive heerd that complaint of it once or twice before, replied the trader; but it soon cools down again; dont you find it so?
Suppose a horse is blind in one eye and the prudent horse trader says nothing.
The private trader therefore still ran great risk of being treated as a smuggler, if not as a pirate.

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