Investors are bullish on stocks for the 4th quarter, but fear a coronavirus spike


The Charging Bull, sometimes referred to as the Wall Street Bull, a bronze sculpture in the Financial District of Manhattan with a facemask in New York May 19, 2020.

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Wall Street investors are bullish on stocks heading into the fourth quarter, but they concerns about a second coronavirus wave, according to a new CNBC survey. 

As a part of CNBC’s Quarterly Report, CNBC polled dozens of investors, traders and strategists about where they stood on the upcoming quarter for stocks and the potential election impact. 

Nearly half (46%) of the survey’s respondents said the S&P 500 will rise in the final quarter of 2020. This follows the fastest bear market and…


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