Nasdaq finally surpasses 2000 dotcom bubble peak

Anna Fedorova
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The US Nasdaq index has closed above its dotcom boom record for the first time in 15 years.

Six years into a bull market for US stocks, the technology index closed at 5,056 overnight, beating its previous March 2000 peak of 5,049. The index remains short of its intra-day peak of 5,132, however....

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