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Stock-market investors should still brace for ‘70s-style ‘stagflation’, warn strategists


Investors are in love with Goldilocks, but should instead remain on the outlook for Disco Duck, according to a team of Wall Street quantitative strategists.Going back to the question of market macro …

https://www.marketwatch.com/story/stock-market-investors-should-still-brace-for-70s-style-stagflation-warn-strategists-39dc3675


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