A World Flying Blind
Recently, stock markets around the world have performed remarkably well. This may even continue for a few months. The U.S. Federal Reserve's promise to hold interest rates near zero until 2014 and signal of a third round of quantitative soon, combined with an improving U.S. labor market, have emboldened risk-takers. Financial markets are seeing more risk-on trade.
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