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Goldman Sachs says investors' cavalier attitude towards coronavirus is setting the market up for a correction

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

Markets have shrugged off coronavirus fear on earnings optimism, and Goldman Sachs is warning against what they view as complacency.
It's looking increasingly likely that the market will correct in the near term, according to Peter Oppenheimer, the firm's chief global equity strategist.
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Goldman Sachs thinks investors could stand to be a little more on-edge about the coronavirus.
Optimism around corporate earnings has powered equities to new highs and prompted traders to set aside fears around coronavirus. But Goldman analyst Peter...
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