BofA: ‘More buying of the dip’ seen among retail and institutional investors


The S&P 500 (^GSPC) continues to further its 52-week low point as inflation came in hotter than expected for April. CPI rose by 8.3%, down slightly from March’s 8.5% but still above consensus forecasts. In light of the market trough, however, a recent Bank of America (BAC) Global Research report notes that retail and institutional…

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