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In praise of the gloom and doomersBY BENJAMIN ONG | MONDAY, 13 JAN 2014 9:45AM
The orgy of forecasts, predictions and guesses for what will be over the next twelve months tell us we are at the start of a brand new year.
Read more: S&P 500, China, BB, Cyprus, DJ Stoxx 600, Italy, January, A, All Ordinaries index, All Ords, America, April, Australians, Austria, BBB, Bloomberg, Boston bombings, December, Economics, France, George Soros, Global Economic Prospects report, Irene, Janet Yellen Fed, Kim Jong-un, Labor Party, Might, PM, Portugal, Spain, Syria, Tony Abbott, US employment growth, US fund manager Oppenheimer Asset Management, US sequestration, US shutdown, Virginia, William Pesek, World Bank
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