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World markets stress indicators still relatively calm

Reuters India Friday, 12 October 2018
World markets stress indicators still relatively calmWorld stock markets suffered their worst tumble this week since February's violent shakeout with some $2.6 trillion of investor wealth lost, but there was no clear trigger apart from long-brewing worries on U.S. interest rates, trade wars, China and emerging markets.
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