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A $750 billion investing giant says there's a 50% chance of a US recession in a year — and the smallest companies will reveal its fate
  • Experts at the asset management firm Legg Mason say there's a 50% chance the US will go into a recession in the next year based on shaky US corporate profits and the recent yield curve inversion.
  • Strategists Jeffrey Schulze and Kim Catechis say the smallest US companies are feeling enormous pain as the trade war drags on, and investors don't appreciate its significance.
  • The pair each detailed their investment recommendations and said traders don't need to get out of the stock market.
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