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Monday, April 3, 2023

The authorities in various countries have successfully calmed the financial market for now, but no one dares to guarantee that the worst situation has truly passed.

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Ilustrasi Tempo/Imam Yunianto. tempo : 172132369637.

THE global financial market started to calm down last week. The aftershocks of the banking crisis in the United States and Switzerland seem to have passed. Fear, however, still haunts the market. For investors, the only option now is just to have a nice flight to safety.

This is evident in the rapid inflow of investment into money-market funds in the US. These mutual funds are considered the safest investment option as they invest customers&rsqu


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