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A Word on Japan

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Thu, 17 Mar 2011

Our hopes and prayers lie with the people of Japan during their terrible tragedy. No one pretends to know what the immediate future holds, not even Japan’s nuclear engineers. There is an understandable fear that has caused a general sell-off in markets. The huge uncertainty has raised risk premiums

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