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With Turkey caught in the middle of an economic hurricane, the United States and European capital markets appeared to have shaken off the initial blows dealt by the crisis with the Dow Jones Industrial Average closing today’s session up over 100 points and the Euro Stoxx 50 edging slightly higher by a couple points. The […]
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