Byron Wien says the Dow hit 30,000 because 'we're headed back to normal' and run could last years

Byron Wien
Olivia Michael | CNBC

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As the Dow broke above 30,000 for the first time on Tuesday, Byron Wien, vice chairman of Blackstone Private Wealth Solutions Group, said the market was reflecting optimism that things will return to normal next year amid a host of Covid-19 vaccine developments.

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