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Volatility Is Back: What It Means for Markets

After a decade of quantitative easing, global markets are now being weaned off central bank support. It’s a significant adjustment, and one that comes with an often uncomfortable consequence: heightened volatility. These shakeups can create more dispersion across the performance of asset classes and individual securities, creating opportunities for active, high-conviction investors.

Here, we gather our latest views on market volatility across asset classes.

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Equities: Welcome Volatility

There are many reasons behind the market’s jitters – and many factors that suggest they may not be calming soon.
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