Stock market volatility unlikely to end historic bull run

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The rapid stock market sell-off – which saw the S&P 500 slide 3 per cent again on Thursday, with the FTSE 100 down 3.5 per cent on Friday morning – is unlikely to end the long equity bull market run, according to Target QR Strategies, the US hedge fund investment adviser.

Portfolio manager Robert Zuccaro believes that while the ongoing concerns over the impact of the coronavirus outbreak may push markets lower “for a while”, the downdraft will be followed by a “strong market recovery”.

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