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The U.S. stock market seems to be a bit out of sync with the recovery paths for corporate earnings and the economy. The shadow cast by COVID-19 on profits and GDP growth could be longer than expected. We examine the paths back to normal for earnings and the economy, and the implications for equities. Read the full economic outlook in the latest edition of Global Insight.
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