New York traders monitor the collapse of Bear Stearns shares on March 14, 2008 following news of a planned government bailout that stoked fears of a deepening credit crisis. Photo: Getty Images
Richard Harris
Opinion

Opinion

Macroscope by Richard Harris

Things are getting crazy, but not quite crazy enough to call the next market crash

‘The top is often associated with asset price volatility following a sharp rise that looks like the North Face of the Eiger at the end of a long bull market’

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New York traders monitor the collapse of Bear Stearns shares on March 14, 2008 following news of a planned government bailout that stoked fears of a deepening credit crisis. Photo: Getty Images
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