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Chief economist: Thank you, PutinBY BENJAMIN ONG | THURSDAY, 24 FEB 2022 10:57AM
Certainly, the current geopolitical uncertainty is causing angst among investors. But if we all stand back and consider the broader scheme of things, it is the withdrawal of fiscal and monetary policy stimulus measures - real or planned - that is creating the current correction in equity and bond markets.
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