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MSCI's Global Gauge Of Stocks Hits Two Month High

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According to Reuters, stocks around the world are at a two-month high. Following six consecutive days of gains, MSCI's all country world stock index is up about seven-tenths of a percent. After it hit a two-month high yesterday, it recorded another one on Feb. 5th. The gauge of stocks got a big boost from equity markets in Europe, which rose over 1-percent on the day. The Stoxx 600 index added about 1.4-percent, while the FTSEurofirst 300 index gained about 1.5-percent.

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