Goldman Sachs has warned returns across all asset classes are likely to be lower in the medium term as a result of central banks reversing their bond-buying programmes and extreme valuation levels last seen in 1900.
In a note, Christian Mueller-Glissmann, managing director of portfolio strategy and asset allocation at Goldman Sachs International, pointed to the two other occasions when equities, bonds and credit was...
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