Global Stocks: Should You Pull Out?

This crisis started in the U.S., but investors have seen huge losses overseas. It may be too late, however, to repatriate assets
Spanish stockbrokers talk at the Madrid stock exchange on Sept. 30, 2008. Pedro Armestre/AFP/Getty Images

It doesn't seem fair. The current financial crisis started in the U.S., but stock markets in the rest of the world have felt more pain.

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