2016 was a wild ride for investors from start to finish. Markets began the year with the largest first month decline in history. In late June the Brexit vote alarmed investors around the world, and in early November Donald Trump stunned the world by becoming the forty-fifth president of the United States. For our take on how these events could effect global markets in 2017, see the video above.
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