Managers have welcomed the "healthy" pullback in markets this week, claiming the increase in volatility is not the start of a bear market but an opportunity for investors.
Markets have been in on a downwards trend since last Monday with the S&P 500 suffering its worst weekly performance in two years last week, falling 3.9%, while the Dow Jones lost 4.1%. The Dow Jones...
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