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Talk of a double-dip is recession is off the table in the U.S.   Governments and central banks around the world are pouring liquidity into the system and lowering interest rates to make their currencies cheaper in an attempt to stimulate growth and employment.  It’s clear that the market is removing deflation risk. Everything is on the way up -- stocks, bonds, gold, oil, metals -- and world currencies are at war.   It looks like a war with no civilian casualties, only winners.  The US Federal Reserve is contemplating more money printing with calls aggressive action to boost the economy. The value of the...

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