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Wed, 6 Jun 2012

Regardless of the direction of the next risk on/off zigzag in the markets, a steady dose of significant volatility around a low growth trajectory is the likeliest longer term scenario. Low growth plus mountains of debt across the entire world will lead to sub-par overall appreciation and an increas

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