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What to make of renewed interest in ‘meme’ stocks

Even if interest in ‘meme’ stocks rebounds following a renewed surge in GameStop’s share price, some of the telltale signs that a bubble in the broader stock market may be entering its final stages – such as excessive leverage – are absent. This suggests to us that the current one remains a long way off bursting.

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