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    • Post in Recession warnings
      Join the discussion: "Average time from inversion to recession is quoted at 17 months. If that's right then it puts it late 2020 possibly early 21. We now have the longest bull market ever recorded and it's been driven by massive injections from the central bank needle."
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    • Copper - A leading indicator on the economy?
      "This chart suggests price is breaking down, I wonder what that means for the world's economies?"
        • Thought provoking
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      • 5 replies
    • Hang Seng HS50 Trade Idea
      "I would like to share my trade idea on HSI, hope to get advise from all the great people here."
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      • 30 replies
    • Cup o' coffee anyone?
      "...the price of coffee is way too low for farmers to make money.  The logical conclusion of this is that they will farm something else and supply will be curtailed and then prices will go up, the basic perpetual cycle of supply and demand change."
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    • Jackson Hole Symposium; collapsing yields; trade wars - DailyFX Key Themes
      Our three topics for the week: Jackson Hole Symposium Has Too Much to Cover. The Inverted Yield Curve vs Sovereign Debt Sliding Into Negative Yield. Trump Eased Trade War Pressure but Neither Markets Nor China Placated.
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