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Wood says Bull market is ‘Alive and Well’

By Bloomberg
23 December 2018   |   1:13 pm
Ben Laidler, HSBC Global Equity Strategist, and Cathie Wood, ARK Invest CEO & CIO, discuss the outlook for markets and impact from the Federal Reserve.

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