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Investors are getting increasingly worried that a recession or major market crash is coming, Allianz says

Business Insider Thursday, 10 October 2019
Investors are getting increasingly worried that a recession or major market crash is coming, Allianz says· *Nearly half of investors are worried that a recession is coming, or that a big market crash is on the horizon, according to a recent study by Allianz Life. *
· *There's a big difference in perception between age groups, the study found. Millennials are the most worried about a recession, but also the most comfortable with...
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