Everything is happening at once. The economic and market impacts of what have become everyday disasters seem to have been more urgent and obvious over the past four quarters than I’ve experienced over the last four decades.  

Fortunes are now being made and lost as a consequence of extreme exogenous variables that outweigh anything planned, or even contemplated, within the comfort and familiarity of boardroom debates...

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