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2 November 2007 By Edward Hadas

On Thursday it was the US stock market that felt the pain. But troubles are rotating credit, money and currency markets take their turn. The underlying problem is a global financial tidal change from ever more to ever less liquidity. It is leaving a lot of boats stranded.

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