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Global Equity Index Refreshes Six Month High


According to Reuters, MSCI's global gauge of stocks hit another six-month high. On April 16th, MSCI's all-country word equity index gained about two-tenths of a percent, driven up in part by a rise of investor sentiment in Germany. In Europe, the Stoxx 600 index gained three-tenths of a percent, while Germany's Dax index rose seven-tenths of a percent. On Wall Street, the top three markets closed the day trading up, but losses for healthcare stocks held their gains in check. On the day, the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose to 26,452 for 68-points of gains. The Nasdaq Composite added about 24-points, while the S&P 500 tacked on about 2-points.

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