There goes nothing

David Chaplin
Wed, 15 Jun 2022

There goes nothing
Will there be an imminent pop to the global “super bubble” across almost every asset class? (Image: Getty)
David Chaplin
Wed, 15 Jun 2022
Stock markets woke up on the wrong side of the bed this week, officially in a bear market.No surprise, really, after the relentless bashing by the inflation stick and prodding by rate-wielding central bankers, but hitting the defining bear benchmark triggered the media threshold for publishing images of slack-jawed men in suits staring worriedly at red lines on a screen.Reuters has a good selection attached to its story noting the moment: “The benchmark S&P index has fallen for four straight days, with the index now down more than 20%...

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