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Larry Fink: Retirement savers should assume returns of as little as 4% over time Clients who are currently investing for retirement should anticipate a paltry long-term return of 4% given today's market conditions, says BlackRock Chairman and CEO Larry Fink. "It would be wrong to expect anything more than 4 percent or 5 percent at this time, if you're putting money to work today for long term," says Fink, adding that, "if you go into that without that assumption, you'd be wrong." Fink predicts that investors in the U.S. stock market might witness "the beginning of another leg of a rally," if Great Britain decides not to leave the European Union trading block. –CNBC
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