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Buckle Up—Volatility Is Back

After years of shrugging off the news, Wall Street has regained its capacity for fear.

WHEN THE GOVERNMENT (FIRST) shut down this year, the market barely shrugged. When Donald Trump pulled off a surprise victory in the 2016 election, it kept

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