Could The FTSE 100 Be Back Above 7,000 By Christmas?

To the embarrassment of fundamental investors, those chartists who said the FTSE 100 would turn on a dime when it hit 7,000 last year proved right in practice, if not in theory. But there’s no reason to fear the market hitting that level again — and by the end of the year is hardly out of the question.

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