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After its main island of Luzon was placed in quarantine, the Philippines became the first major country in the world to shut its financial markets in response to the spread of COVID-19
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It seems like the low-growth, low-inflation environment that Europe now finds itself in could be here to stay. Looking at how Japan’s stocks have fared in similar circumstances should give investors some clues as to where value can still be found
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