Four Strange Tales of European Debt

The bond market is becoming a spooky place as negative interest rates make life weird.

Weird science.

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Strange things happen in quantum physics, science's attempt to analyze and explain what happens at the micro-level of the universe. Schrodinger's cat can be both alive and dead; entangled particles can manifest what Albert Einstein called "spooky action at a distance." 

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