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Billionaire investor Howard Marks questioned whether the stock market's recent rally can continue once the Fed stops "levitating markets."
He told CNBC in an interview this week: "What happens if they stop and will they stop doing it forever?"
The Fed has pursued a number of policies such as issuing $2.3 trillion in loans and buying individual corporate bonds to help keep the economy afloat.
Marks also said in the interview that reckless day...
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