So Asian flu seems to have a few sneezes left. "For a while, the fall sell-offs looked to have done their job," says TIME's Wall Street columnist Daniel Kadlec. "They let the air out of the stocks that needed it. Since then, everything is back up where it was, yet the Asia problems are still there."
Look for winter and spring to be seasons of discontent. Kadlec calls the Oracle loss "definitely a forerunner." A lot of U.S. technology companies lost business in Asia. They just haven't told us yet.