BlackRock's Doll: Equities 'caught in crosswinds'

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Bob Doll, chief equity strategist at BlackRock, says stocks are being pulled in two directions and are likely to keep to a narrow trading range until economic data improves.

"For the past several months, stocks have been caught between the crosswinds of a range of positive and negative forces," he says. Equities have a number of things pushing them higher: corporate profits...

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