Why Morgan Stanley’s Wilson Sees Growing Risk of 20% S&P 500 Fall

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Sep.20 — Mike Wilson, chief investment officer and chief U.S. equity strategist at Morgan Stanley, says a plunge of more than 20% in U.S. stocks is looking more like a real possibility. “The fact that the Fed is removing maximum accommodation is a good outcome,” Wilson said. “But it comes with consequences for financial assets.” He speaks on “Bloomberg The Open.”

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