As the economy hits its peak, stock market gains could be harder to come by

(CNBC) Diminishing economic returns could mean diminishing stock market returns as the U.S. transitions to a post-pandemic economy. Wall Street increasingly is talking about peak growth in both the economy and corporate earnings as a stimulus-fueled recovery gives way to more normalized patterns.

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