The irrelevant economy
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Pakistan, Sept. 16 -- Money begets money, so it is said, and the financial market is proof of the fact that skill, luck, serendipity, and piles of cash will make you ever bigger piles of cash. The mercurial Bazaar of Barter trades in various financial instruments, and even at its most somnolent, is volatile and reactive to the tiniest stimulus. For years now, the Market has been championed as a totem to the economic health of a country and a barometer of that nation's prosperity. Economics has been twinned with the Market in a symbiotic relationship that has at its heart a perceived causal linkage between the two, but recent events have reinforced the idea of correlation rather than causation. Economic growth isn't synonymous with Market ...
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