NewsWatch: Today’s stock market looks like March 2009, before the longest bull run in history, says Morgan Stanley’s Mike Wilson

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Morgan Stanley’s Mike Wilson argues that the current stock market looks uncannily like March of 2009, when the U.S. economy was beginning to emerge from the financial crisis and the S&P 500 index was beginning its longest bull-market run in history. See full story.

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The pace of homeowners requesting mortgage relief because of the coronavirus pandemic has slowed considerably. See full story.

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