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Why the world's largest wealth manager isn't ditching stocks after this week's chaos and what it's telling ultra-rich clients to buy now

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Saturday, 13 October 2018 ()

Why the world's largest wealth manager isn't ditching stocks after this week's chaos and what it's telling ultra-rich clients to buy now· UBS Global Wealth Management is not throwing in the towel on US stocks following this week's sell-off. 
· In an interview with Business Insider, Jeremy Zirin, head of Americas investment strategy for the $2 trillion-plus asset manager, laid out why the end of the bull market is not yet in sight.
· He also had some...
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