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Terrible twos

9 March 2011 By Agnes Crane

Two years after the postcrisis low, global stocks have nearly doubled, U.S. credit spreads have dwindled and economies have found their footing. Yet government actors behind the rebound, notably in Washington, look spent. Financial markets are out on their own for future shocks.

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