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Market crash brings back 2008 memories, cash is king: BofA

Reuters Tuesday, 17 March 2020
The rapid-fire selloff in stock markets and dire economic forecasts due to the coronavirus have rattled investors and spurred a dash for cash, a BofA fund manager survey showed on Tuesday.
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