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A $1 trillion strategist lays out the looming worst-case scenario of the government shutdown, and how investors should safeguard their money

Business Insider Saturday, 19 January 2019
A $1 trillion strategist lays out the looming worst-case scenario of the government shutdown, and how investors should safeguard their money· Stocks have rallied amid the longest government shutdown in history.
· But as the stalemate in Washington drags on, there's building uncertainty about what it means for stocks
· Kristina Hooper, the chief global market strategist at Invesco, which oversees $926 billion in assets, shared with Business Insider what the...
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