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Understandably, the markets will interpret a dovish Yellen -- especially the nuanced language on the topic of inflation -- as rushing to the markets' defense. The view that the Fed won't tolerate even a modest market pullback is, again, further emboldened. And quickly global markets will return to the view that central bankers may talk "normalization," while their overarching anxiety for upsetting markets has diminished little.
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