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Investors are 'in denial': economist

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Investors are 'in denial': economist

Investors are 'in denial': economist

Economist Max Wolff of Multivariate thinks the S&P 500 should be trading at 2300 instead of 3150.

He tells Reuters' Fred Katayama that investors are ignoring negative news about the rising coronavirus cases and the renewed trade tensions with China.

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