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U.K. hedge fund heavyweight Crispin Odey, founder of Odey Asset Management, warns that today's global economic weakness will lead to a recession that will be remembered for the next century. Major economies are on the precipice of another financial crisis, he wrote in a letter to shareholders obtained by the (London) Daily Mail. "‘This down-cycle is likely to be remembered in 100 years.’" [Full Story]
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