NewsWatch: Why Wall Street sees the stock market on the verge of a ‘melt-up’

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Analysts at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, led by strategists Michael Hartnett, describe the market as “primed for Q1 2020 risk asset melt-up.” Here’s why. See full story.

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