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GOLDMAN: 5 reasons the stock market will keep going lower (SPX, GSPC, SPY, IXIC, GS)

Volatility is back in markets after a dead-quiet summer. And stock strategists at Goldman Sachs equity strategists expect that the next move for the S&P 500 will be down. Goldman forecasts the benchmark index will finish the year at 2,100, about 1% lower than the 2,127 it closed at on Friday. On Friday, the S&P 500 closed down more than 2%, the first time in 43 trading days the benchmark index closed with a gain or loss of more than 1%.
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