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From subprime to ridiculous

24 December 2018 By Antony Currie, Richard Beales

The U.S. Treasury secretary used financial-meltdown language to address pedestrian issues of falling stocks, a government shutdown and the president’s Fed-bashing. At worst the alarmism could create a crisis; at best it undermines his credibility when a real threat appears.

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