No signs yet of the market truly rolling over, says Fundstrat Global Advisors’ Mark Newton

No signs yet of the market truly rolling over, says fundstrat global advisors' mark newton

CNBC Television published this video item, entitled “No signs yet of the market truly rolling over, says Fundstrat Global Advisors’ Mark Newton” – below is their description.

Fundstrat Global Advisors’ Mark Newton joins the ‘Halftime Report’ to discuss Apple’s contribution to the market slump, the influence of monetary policy on the tech sector and steps companies are taking to reduce downside risk.

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