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A Trillion Dollar Down Day

After reaching a record market cap of $74.1 trillion this week, global equities saw almost $1 trillion evaporate in a single day... As Bloomberg notes, concern over Donald Trump’s administration and a political crisis in Brazil pushed the MSCI All-Country World Index down 1.5 percent in the past two days, the most since September. The last time that happened, it took about three months for shares to recover the value lost.
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