Posted by Cognito on Fri, May 07 2010

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Uncertainty

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The Greeks haven't inflicted this much damage on the world since the Trojan War.

While intrigue and disorder make for great Epic poems (Achilles disguised himself as a woman, Patroclus disguised himself as Achilles and was mistakenly killed by Hector) they play havoc with the markets.

Combine this with the first hung parliament in the UK since 1974 and you have a poisonous brew of ambiguity and doubt.

Thinner fingers and less temperamental machines aside, what this world clearly needs right now is a large and restorative dose of certitude.

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