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Dark before the dawn

10 October 2012 By Wayne Arnold

The IMF and World Bank both cut forecasts for Asian growth. Vital signs are waning. But with central banks pumping out cheap cash amid glimmers of U.S. recovery, investors may turn from the haven of Asia’s bonds to the promise of its stocks.

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