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Russia-Ukraine tension escalates; Facebook suit gains traction.
Smiles and frowns after PMI data.
Geopolitics flares up; Citigroup to exit Japanese retail.
The Shanghai Composite is showing consolidation, and Baidu could be a short.
However, there's also a limit to negative interest rates.
Lack of escalation in the Ukraine crisis is good news.
Concerns about geopolitics, China house prices.
Geopolitical risks perceived as subsiding.
Dismal economic data in the eurozone.
Central banks have no tools to make companies raise salaries.

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