NewsWatch: Where does the stock market go from here after the worst drop since 1987? Here’s what the analyst who called the 2018 rout says

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Michael Wilson, Morgan Stanley’s chief U.S. equity strategist, says that it may be time to jump back into stocks after the stock market plunged into a bear market with the sharpest one-day slump since the 1987 crash. See full story.

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