As good as it gets? BlackRock’s Kate Moore on the U.S. economic outlook

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BlackRock Head of Thematic Strategy Kate Moore joins Closing Bell to discuss how to take advantage of economic growth. “We’re really looking at growth at a reasonable price,” Moore says.

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