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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.

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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