Both stock and bond markets were rocked by the issue of a slowing Chinese economy after its central bank adjusted their currency. That led to adjustments by several global central banks and worries about additional moves by other central banks. Investors also agonized about when the Federal Reserve might begin normalizing interest rates in the midst of the volatility. Still, most US economic data received during August continued to confirm a domestic rebound.
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