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Stocks are trading like they did early in the financial crisis — and it's proof to one Wall Street equity chief that the coronavirus crash will worsen

Business Insider Sunday, 29 March 2020
Stocks are trading like they did early in the financial crisis — and it's proof to one Wall Street equity chief that the coronavirus crash will worsen· The stock market's decline during the 2008 financial crisis is similar to its current trajectory, according to Lori Calvasina, the chief US equity strategist at RBC Capital Markets.
· The parallels — combined with investor sentiment that is far from capitulating — signal that more losses are coming, she said. 
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Stocks rallied on Monday and have rebounded more than 18 percent from the lows set on March 23rd, but Gerber Kawasaki CEO Ross Gerber says this bear market is not over. He talked with Conway G. Gittens.

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