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These Were The Best And Worst Performing Assets Of September And Q3

Coming off the back of one of the dullest August months on record, September - as DB's Jim Reid observes - broke the peace in style with Central Banks meetings in the form of the Fed and BoJ, Brexit-related headlines, European Banks concerns, the US Presidential debate and also the OPEC side meeting all providing plenty of news flow. In the end, it was a fairly mixed month overall for performance, with 23 of 42 key asset classes closing in positive territory in local currency terms, although slightly more (28 of 42) in US Dollar terms.
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