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Is China the financial equivalent of the scariest celestial body in the universe? In a new report that crunches Beijing's opaque numbers, analysts at Standard Chartered Bank in Hong Kong argue that the country's foreign reserves "seem to have turned into some kind of massive black hole for the world's liquidity." They calculate that China drew in a staggering $324 billion during the first four months of 2008, of which $119 billion was "unexplained" by either the country's yawning trade surplus...