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Markets have nothing left to fear but fearlessness itself

Greed is going up, but with volatility at a 20-year low, markets are teetering ever more precariously

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A decade after the global financial crisis, markets might just be getting back to an 'old normal'. With solid growth rates and contained inflation, there's little reason for asset prices to swing wildly.

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GREED seems to be running the show in global markets. Fear has fled, and that may be the biggest risk of all.

Currency volatility just hit a 20-month low, Treasury yields are in their narrowest half-year trading range since the 1970s and the US equities fear gauge - the

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