Why the global stock market crash doesn’t really matter

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Why the global stock market crash doesn’t really matter

By Jay L. Zagorsky, Economist and Research Scientist, The Ohio State University. Another jittery day on Wall Street. Reuters/Brendan McDermid Stocks, which only recently seemed to be hitting a new record every other day, are suddenly in free fall. Global stock markets plunged on Feb. 5, continuing the already precipitous decline from the week before. The…

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