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Prepare for 'triple taper tantrum' in 2016, says Morgan Stanley

Investors spooked by the "taper tantrum" of 2013, when global markets took fright at the U.S. Federal Reserve's first hint that it might taper its monetary expansion policy, take note: 2016 could be the year of the "triple taper tantrum". "What is unknown is whether the economic situation will pan out as we see it," said M…

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