Stock market's relationship with economy isn't always consistent, Robert Shiller says
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Stock market's relationship with economy isn't always consistent, Robert Shiller says

Nobel prize-winning economist Robert Shiller calls the contraction caused by the coronavirus pandemic an "unusual case."
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Tue, Jul 7 20206:23 PM EDT
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