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Fed Leaves Punchbowl, Takes Away Free Lunch (of International Diversification)

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Thu, 6 Jun 2013

A quiet but important development in global investing over the last few years has been the shift in the relationship between US markets and other global benchmarks. It’s widely known that correlations have been rising over the last few decades. Less discussed though is the shift in the changing sen

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