An investor looks at a board showing stock information at a brokerage office in Beijing on July 6. The Shanghai Composite Index entered a bear market in late July. Photo: Reuters

Why financial market shocks will be the new normal as central banks tighten their liquidity belts

Nicholas Spiro says the volatility on Wall Street in February and the turbulence in Italy, China and Turkey are not isolated events but the outcome of quantitative tightening

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An investor looks at a board showing stock information at a brokerage office in Beijing on July 6. The Shanghai Composite Index entered a bear market in late July. Photo: Reuters
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