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Topic - David Kotok
He said the widespread expectation in global markets of continuity at the Fed, which has followed highly stimulative policies, is a key reason U.S. stock markets have hit record highs in recent days despite some gloomy news about the economy.
Mr. Paul's move "threatens the recovery in the economy," said David Kotok, co-founder of Cumberland Advisors.