Will the US inventory market stumble if price cuts do not arrive?

Investors are flocking to the US inventory market as shares proceed to surge, fuelled by rate of interest reduce hopes.

Some of the Magnificent Seven shares proceed to paved the way, with AI-expert chip designer NVIDIA recording a scorching 85 per cent year-to-date return and Meta up 51 per cent.

This has led UK traders to as soon as once more largely shun their dwelling market and chase US shares as an alternative.

But if the Federal Reserve would not reduce charges, will traders be upset? 

And with a latest pick-up in UK share costs pushing the FTSE 100 near its report excessive, is Britain’s inventory market lastly beginning to be a bit extra beloved? 

On this episode of the Investing Show, This is Money’s Simon Lambert is joined by Interactive Investor’s Richard Hunter for a have a look at how markets have carried out this 12 months and what might occur subsequent.

They speak by means of the efficiency of the main inventory markets within the US and UK, whether or not the Magnificent Seven dangers changing into a Famous Five, as Tesla and Apple slip up, and if the catalyst that UK shares want for a revival has lastly arrived within the type of takeover bids igniting investor curiosity.