Six months since the 2020 Black Monday crash: What happens next?

Will some sectors sink or swim?

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9 September will mark six months since the initial market crash that occurred earlier this year, a day many have termed 'Black Monday'.

9 September will mark six months since the initial market crash that occurred earlier this year, a day many have termed 'Black Monday'.  It is a label that has been awarded to some of the very worst days the stockmarket has seen. As such, nine leading investment specialists provide their views as to what we could see from the coming six months, assessing whether we truly are on the road to recovery.

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