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Death of Global Markets Greatly Exaggerated

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Thu, 31 Jan 2013

Global markets were able to shake off the “doom and gloom” atmosphere driven by the ongoing worldwide economic malaise and turn in some surprising results in 2012. Despite much pessimism, 2012 turned out to be more positive on many fronts than most investors anticipated. Central Banks in the U.S.,

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