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Wed, 13 Oct 2010

We have all experienced above-average volatility in financial markets over the last two years.  Investment bank Credit Suisse points out that the average number of quarters with a return of greater than +10% or less than negative 10% in each of the last six decades is just below eight per decade. T

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