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Global Stocks Roar Back To All-Time Highs As Irma, North Korea Fears Fade

And we're back at all time highs. With traders paring back risk positions on Friday ahead of a weekend full of potential risk events, Monday has seen a global "risk-on" session in which global stocks rose back to record highs and US futures jumped, the dollar gained, Treasuries retreated, while VIX and dollar slumped as appetite for risk returned to global markets after North Korean failed to conduct an anticipated missile test failed to materialize and Hurricane Irma appears to have struck the U.
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