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Not so good, really

3 July 2007 By Ian Campbell

It ought to be welcomed: a strong June manufacturing survey is another sign of stronger growth, after a weak first quarter. But in fragile markets, investors crave cheap money more than anything else. A strong economy brings inflation and, maybe, higher rates. It ought to be welcomed: a strong June manufacturing survey is another sign of renewed growth, after a weak first quarter.

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