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  • Triseult

    I'm wondering; can this bubble bursting drag down the global economy like in 2008? Or will this be mostly constrained to China?

    I mean, I expect the world's second economy going through a bust having consequences, but I'm wondering if this is the eve of a global crisis, or if it's more of an Asian issue.

  • leweb

    I posted this elsewhere, so I apologize for repeating myself, but here is an indication that this is a classical bubble bursting. Looks like it's going to get much uglier before it gets better.

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