Indexes across the world show the start of long-term recovery

For the first time in months, less than half of major equity indexes across the world are in a bear market. There are nascent signs that their long-term trends are curling up, with a surge in indexes moving above their medium-term 50-day moving averages. The struggle is that surges within long-term downtrends usually have run into some trouble.

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