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It's Back: "January Was The Most Volatile Month Since The Election"

If it seems like it was just two days ago that Goldman was writing about a Great-er moderation, and showing a chart of macro volatility - across virtually everything, not just stocks - reaching V-fib levels, it's because it was. A lot has happened inbetween, most notably that volatility which just on Sunday night was left for dead, has made a stunning comeback, leading to another note publ
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