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US stocks will extend records as COVID-19 cases decline and America becomes 'one of the safest places in the world,' Fundstrat's Tom Lee says

Business Insider Tuesday, 25 August 2020
US stocks will extend records as COVID-19 cases decline and America becomes 'one of the safest places in the world,' Fundstrat's Tom Lee says· *With daily COVID-19 cases continuing to decline at a "rapid pace," America is on the verge of becoming "one of the safest places in the world," according to Fundstrat's Tom Lee.*
· *In a note to clients on Monday, Lee detailed the daily decline of COVID-19 cases in the US with the steadily increasing cases in Europe and...
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