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This week’s commentary looks at:

  • Frictions and contradictions – the shortest market correction on record is not the only event that seemed confusing over the week
  • Credit where credit’s due – when ongoing financial stability hinges on credit markets, it is worth having a look at the central banks’ success in keeping them stable
  • Politics get in the way of Chinese Investment – could Xi jinx the return of China?

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