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The Nikkei (NKY) takes yet another thrashing as uncertainty about the Fed's QE program continues...

The Nikkei (NKY) takes yet another thrashing as uncertainty about the Fed's QE program continues to grip markets, plunging 6.4% to 12,445.38. That's the index's lowest level since April 3, the day before the Bank of Japan unveiled its turbo-charged stimulus plans. The Nikkei has plummeted almost 22% after hitting a multi-year high on May 23, officially putting it in a bear market.
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