Enough for a bottom?

ONE: Oil is now way off its high. For now, at least. We may have seen the maximum intensity of the Russia-driven commodity price spike in wheat and fuel.
TWO: Now China issues a press release at 4 o’ clock in the morning east coast, perfectly timed for the US financial media to get the story out in the pre-market. They want to resolve all of their differences with US regulators and put in a bottom for their giant te…

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