There's Good Hunting On Bourses All Over The World

This was supposed to be the year that global stock investors steered into safe harbors. A slowing economy in the U.S., deflation in Japan, and the Mexican market meltdown had forecasters predicting a yawn of a year, with the world's major markets moving sideways at best. Instead, the Dow Jones industrial average is pushing the 4500 envelope, many of Europe's markets are actually up a bit, and investors are recovering from the "tequila effect" that frightened them away from emerging markets.

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