Politico – Wall Street loses altitude

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Wall Street loses altitude



Wall Street loses some altitude — Since peaking early this month around 29,000, the Dow has sagged back over 1,000 points amid signs of some economic slowing and the lack of any fresh stimulus out of Washington.

The next big inflection point for markets is likely the emergence of a Covid-19 vaccine, the prospect of which is keeping a bottom under any sell-offs (along with all the massive help from the Fed). When a real, tested and safe vaccine does emerge, it could catalyze another big rally.

Cumberland’s David Kotok emails: “The federal funding in advance and the production funding in advance has removed years of risk taking from pharma and transferred it to the US taxpayers. Never have we had such a risk transfer in public health. That is why we will have a 50-70 percent effective vaccine in distribution within a year. Risk transfer means acceleration of growth and upward markets are ahead.”

Read the full story at Politico: https://www.politico.com/newsletters/morning-money/2020/09/18/wall-street-loses-altitude-790478

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