Elroy Dimson, Finance Professor at Cambridge Judge Business School, says that in periods of geopolitical turmoil over the past half-century, global stock markets have tended to move in sync.
“When things go bad, just about every market turns red at once, as they did this week. That can make global diversification seem ineffectual in turbulent times.” Dimson says. (subs)
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