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U.S. Fed Speaks, Markets Disconnect. What’s Wrong?

The U.S. Fed talks, markets move. That’s how it has always gone in the past. The question is: what to make out of it? Or, stated differently, does it make sense to even try to make something out of it? First, let’s see what exactly
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