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Jim Cramer: Our allies — and enemies — hold the keys to unlocking this market

Only a few vehicles, including one with two health workers, drive through Beijing's central business district on Nov. 23, 2022, as the area has announced tighter Covid controls.
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If the rest of the world would simply do what is expected of it, we would have a decent stock market and more prosperity with less inflation. That just isn't the case right now.