Selloff Begins Again, As Japan Dives 1%, And Euro Heads Back Towards $1.23

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It felt at first as though the moderate losses in the US market might signal some end to the bleeding, but actually no.

Japan is off 1% in the early hours of trading.

The euro, which had briefly broken $1.24 has fallen back to $1.23.

Other than that, it seems quiet. We have a hard time imagining that that will last.

For a recap of what happened during the US trading day, see here.

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