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Economic decoupling? - Not according to equity investors

If ‘Subprime’ was the economic buzzword of 2007, investors had hoped the term ‘decoupling’ would come to the fore in 2008. That is, the theory that non-US economies, bolstered by globalisation and the rise of China, might escape the full force of a US recession.

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