(Bloomberg) -- Household wealth in the U.S. increased from October through December by the most in a year as stock prices advanced to an all-time high at the end of 2014.
Net worth for households and non-profit groups rose by $1.5 trillion in the fourth quarter, or 1.9% from the previous three months, to $82.9 trillion, the Federal Reserve said Thursday from Washington in its financial accounts report, previously known as the flow of funds survey.
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