A large shock such as a recession or a war, rather than tightening from central banks, is needed to help jolt market volatility from record low levels, according to Goldman Sachs.
According to Bloomberg, Goldman Sachs strategists Christian Mueller-Glissmann and Alessio Rizzi said periods of low volatility such as the current one have lasted on average as long as two years. They...
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