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'Goldilocks' Is Dead - Stocks Plunge Most Since Lehman Before Sudden Buying-Panic

Remember January's "Goldilocks" market? Well it's gone... The Short-Vol trade implosion has now spread to the rest of the world and all other asset classes. China had one of its ugliest weeks ever...   Europe was ugly... But US equities were a bloodbath...even wuith the sudden mysterious buyer of last resort who panic-bid stocks up (after the S&P broke below its 200DMA).
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