Asian institutionals take aggressive stance on volatility

Tackling the tail

rollercoaster

Are severe volatility and policy paralysis here to stay? Investors certainly face a dizzying array of risks and sources of uncertainty, most of which have been pushed down the priority list by the eurozone sovereign debt crisis. While the latest data suggests the US has dodged a double-dip recession with GDP increasing 2.5% in the third quarter and after European policy-makers finally agreed a stabilisation package in October, Italy is now mired in a sovereign debt crisis and there are a number

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