Equity markets are now entering a new bull market, the likes of which has not been seen since the 1932 to 1937 period, when the Dow Jones Industrials soared nearly 382 percent — rallying from a low of 40.56 in July 1932 to a high of 195.59 in March 1937 — even though the global economy continued to sink deeper into a depression.
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