Last year's volatile market ride trickled over to the beginning of this year as investors fretted over global growth (particularly China), divergence in monetary policies across regions, Brexit, the Fed rate and the continued slump in oil price, writes Fidelity's Angel Agudo.
Nevertheless, as investors continuously attempted to price the impact of all these issues on the real economy and on the future revenue streams of companies, broad based over- and under-reactions generated...
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