It is ten years since Lehman Brothers went bust, a moment that marks in popular consciousness the apogee of the Global Financial Crisis, writes Toby Nangle, global head of asset allocation at Columbia Threadneedle Investments.
The massive economic fallout of this financial disaster still haunts us, as do the effects on our political landscape. But investors have enjoyed strong returns since the episode, in no small part due...
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