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While U.S. equities have powered forward for more than a year, RBC Capital Markets, LLC’s Head of U.S. Equity Strategy Lori Calvasina tells us why the market should throttle back and deliver gains that hew closer to historical averages. She gives her thoughts on the U.S.’s vexing valuation, whether prospects are better in other markets, and where to find opportunities as shifts in the U.S. market play out. Read the full economic outlook in the latest edition of Global Insight.
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