There has been no shortage of red ink in the market lately.
Paltry new jobs figures (69,000 new jobs, less than half of what was expected) have combined with the ongoing mess in Eurozone and lagging figures from China to sap investor confidence.
This latest action will further depress oil prices, as the rash of bad news translates into even more knee-jerk projections of reduced demand.
Of course, it’s much too early to make such predictions based on the news, but t…
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