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The speculative darlings of the easy-money era — technology stocks and cryptocurrencies — are acutely vulnerable now that the Federal Reserve is shrinking its nearly $9 trillion balance sheet. 
At the same time, central bankers from Canada to Europe are about to test the resilience of global markets as they follow hawkish US policy makers on a liquidity-sapping mission to unwind the pandemic bond-buying spree.


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