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The Shanghai composite index is showing signs of entering its sweet spot earlier than average.

The Baltic Dry Index, a gauge of what it costs to ship raw materials by sea, including to and from China, recently broke out of a 20-month range, moving back to levels last seen in October of 2011. Gains in the Baltic Dry Index are typically a sign of global economic strength, particularly in the area of manufacturing.


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