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Volatility bile

25 February 2019 By Peter Thal Larsen

For years bankers complained markets were too calm. But when stocks and bonds tumbled in the fourth quarter, most trading units suffered. Nervous investors and companies are partly to blame, as are models that push up capital demands. It doesn’t bode well if markets stay choppy.

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