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Reactions to latest trade headlines are an "absurdity" - analyst

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Reactions to latest trade headlines are an 'absurdity' - analyst

Reactions to latest trade headlines are an "absurdity" - analyst

A stock market drop after a low-level Chinese delegation ditched plans to visit farms in Montana points to a trading environment that has reached a level of "absurdity," says Mercadien Asset Management President Ken Kamen.

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Reactions to latest trade headlines are an "absurdity" - analyst

Kamen sat down with Reuters business correspondent Conway G.

Gittens.

He also voiced concern about placing too much emphasis on the S&P nearing a record high and downplayed fears the U.S. economy was headed toward a recession.




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