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The OECD cautioned investors that asset prices have gotten too high for a global economy that is set to peak next year and a market downturn could put the expansion at risk.U.S. growth is predicted to accelerate in 2018, while other major economies will face slowing growth and the U.K. already is on a downward trajectory.While that doesn't necessarily indicate that the world will experience another financial crisis on the scale of that of 2008, it does mean that a market slump could drive a slowdown in the real economy, according to the OECD.
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