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Ryan Nauman's Weekly Recap 03.23.20

With expectations for a U.S. recession in 2020 running high, one has to believe that bad economic data is priced into markets. We will continue to get more and more economic data releases that miss big on the downside. However, these misses will not come as a surprise, as most market participants are expecting the worst. Investors will continue to focus more on monetary and fiscal policy when determining their investment strategies rather then economic data that is expected to be very soft.

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