Lessons learned: how global markets can navigate through political volatility
When things look rocky, planning ahead, and waiting for the initial shock to subside, are key for companies and investors
Financial markets are adjusting to a new normal – the return of volatility. Globally, central banks are slowly turning off the taps of quantitative easing while trade wars and politics have soured sentiment in recent weeks. Despite the market tremors so far this year, most common measures of volatility show that 2018 is still well below the long-term historical average.
Do companies and investors need to plan for more volatility in the future? A look at...
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