An investor looks at stock price movements on a screen at a securities company in Beijing on October 12. Despite the sharp falls in asset prices in China over the past several months, investors continue to differentiate between the current sell-offs and previous crisis in 2015-16. Photo: AFP
Nicholas Spiro
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Nicholas Spiro

Stock market volatility may spook some investors, but it is no prelude to a crash

  • Nicholas Spiro says conditions causing the volatility are not uniformly bearish, and there’s disagreement even among investors themselves of the market direction
  • Outlook for the US economy and corporate earnings remains strong

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An investor looks at stock price movements on a screen at a securities company in Beijing on October 12. Despite the sharp falls in asset prices in China over the past several months, investors continue to differentiate between the current sell-offs and previous crisis in 2015-16. Photo: AFP
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