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MACQUARIE: Here's how to protect against 'grotesquely swollen financial markets' that will go haywire this year

Cross-asset measures of volatility have been at historically low levels for months. The role of global central banks has been shifted in recent months as they've become mostly concerned with keeping this volatility subdued, says Macquarie. Eventually, price swings will rock the market, and investors would be well-served to buy volatility in preparation for that. Traders, strategists, and market experts at large have for months lamented the lack of price swings in global markets.
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