Global investors to top up portfolios as stock markets rise

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Global investors to top up portfolios as stock markets rise

Investors and savers across the world are now "topping up their portfolios" after the US Federal Reserve confirmed it would leave interest rates near-zero and continue to support the US economy. The US central bank's meeting earlier this week which prompted the American benchmark index, the S&P500, to jump almost 1%. And with stocks in the Asia-Pacific mostly traded higher on Thursday too and European markets expected to do the same, Nigel Green, pictured right, chief executive and f...

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