Wall St sets records as Nasdaq powers on

Tech stocks bolstered by solid earnings

Records leave markets stuck in time warp

Highs reinforce the lesson that valuation is a poor guide to short-term moves

EU and US aim for May in derivatives deal

Regulators negotiating end to two-year clearing house rules dispute

Aberdeen retreats on sell advice

FTSE 100 up 0.2%, ahead 17.03 points to 7,070.70

The heavy hand of US market intervention

Washington is under legal attack accused of free market distortion

Sky’s the limit for footy couch potatoes

Customers appear to be prepared to pay ever more for their habit

Lowered expectations reward US earnings

Strong dollar hits revenues harder

Mattel bounces on Goldman upgrade

Analysts said toymaker is refocusing on innovation

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