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The Best And Worst Performing Assets Of January 2018

It's the start of a new month, which means Deutsche Bank's Jim Reid is out with his monthly review of the best and worst performing assets (excerpt cryptos) and everything in between. For the most part, Reid notes, 2018 so far has picked up where 2017 ended with most risk assets delivering solid single digit returns. Partly boosted by the US tax reform developments, the S&P 500 extended its consecutive run of monthly gains to an incredible 15 months dating back to November 2016.
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