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Often fear can move the markets

Often fear can move the markets. This is a fact not lost on the US "Federal Reserve", who declined to raise interest rates. Investors say "The situation dovish accompanied by a statement" the Fed ", which recognized the fragility of the emerging markets and pointed to concern about the low inflation was influenced by the recent round of market fluctuations and declines in stock prices., A position reinforced views that the shares of the developed countries is a good place to invest , especially with the presence of fears of a sharp fall in China and the risk of dismantling and sale of another


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