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More negative signals, this time from the economy

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At the end of May, I started a post on very negative market signals saying "[t]he economic data out of the US and elsewhere still point to continued economic expansion over the near term. But, what we’re seeing in financial markets right now suggests markets are discounting serious economic problems...

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At the end of May, I started a post on very negative market signals saying "[t]he economic data out of the US and elsewhere still point to continued economic expansion over the near term. But, what we’re seeing in financial markets right now suggests markets are discounting serious economic problems...

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I am a former European credit markets and M&A guy who started out as a diplomat. — so I have some pretty diverse interests.

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