World stock markets fell hard on December 6th. A plethora of reasons and rationales from pundits explained the tale from the tape. Here are a few: “fat fingers”; algorithmic trading gone haywire; arrest of Huawei’s CFO; rising fears of a potential bond-yield inversion; and more. All were a possibility — and all missed the point: The news doesn’t drive the market.
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