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Fox Business – 5:35 PM EST Fox Business: The stock market is on fire!

The market is over the top in the US and has surged to new highs over the last few days.

It has gained a new record high in value this week and is up over 5% since the end of the year.

Investors are expecting a further surge in the coming weeks as new stocks are added.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average is up more than 3,000 points, while the S&P 500 is up nearly 1,600 points.

The NASDAQ Composite has jumped more than 14% in value since mid-October.

The S&p 500 index has increased about 14% since mid July.

But the Dow Jones is down nearly 8% since late July, while it has surged nearly 50% since then.

The Nasdaq is down over 17% since July and is trading at a record high of 5,074.09 on Friday.

The U.S. has now gone through its worst market decline in decades, down more than 20% over the past month, with the Dow down more that 28% since June.

The index has also fallen more than 10% from its record highs of 11,716.21 reached on Sept. 16.

This is a big jump from the 8,926.23 reached in March and the 11,872.92 reached on March 24.

Investors say the Dow is in a bubble, but that the market is still going up.

The average investor thinks that the Dow should be at 20,000 or less, while others believe it could hit 30,000.

Investors think the market will stay up for another year.

“The Dow is currently trading at an all-time high, but its only going to get higher,” said Scott Johnson, founder of Capital Economics.

“If you buy in now, you will get a lot of return over the next few years.”

Investors think that the SAC, a company that sells shares in a stock, will continue to rise, but they are nervous that the stock market could tumble.

The market has rallied to new records in the past week, but there is concern that the recent rally could not last.

On Friday, the SAG-AFTRA, a union of unions representing workers, announced it would vote next week to authorize its members to unionize, with a goal of achieving a $15 per hour minimum wage.

The company has been struggling with low labor costs and high turnover rates, so many workers are leaving.

The companies stock price is down a bit, but not nearly enough to derail the market.

This has helped the S and P 500 gain more than 1% since last Friday.

Meanwhile, the Nasdaq, which has been on a tear, is still climbing as investors look to buy the companies stock.

The NYSE is down more, but the Nas is still up more, and has increased nearly 16% since Friday.

It’s not a bubble yet, but investors say the market could collapse.

The CBOE Volatility index, a measure of volatility in the stock price, is down by more than 6% this week, with investors worried about the potential for another selloff.

Investors worry about the long-term health of the U.K. economy, and they say the Brexit vote could be the catalyst for a big economic downturn.

The markets have risen as high as 8,500.11 in the first quarter of 2018, according to data from the Bloomberg terminal data platform.

The first quarter was a good quarter for the S & P 500, but now the market has jumped nearly 5% in the last two weeks.

Investors were expecting a drop to 3,500, but it has jumped over 20% since September.

The next big market drop could be coming soon.

“We’re going to have a big correction coming in the next two weeks,” said Paul Rieger, CEO of Riegers Commodities Research.

“I’m not sure what the impact will be on the market but it could be big.”

Investors are also worried about China’s economic growth, which is slowing.

The Chinese economy is growing at less than half the rate it was in the early 2000s.

The global economy is not growing at the same pace, so it will take time for a recession to hit.

China is now the second-largest economy after the U, and it has a huge number of people.

It will take some time for that growth to slow, especially if the Chinese government starts implementing policies that would slow growth.

Investors fear that China’s growth rate could decline as much as 4% over next three years.