As Terror Episodes Increase, So Has Global Market ResilienceBy and
Paris murders come at a sensitive time for investors worldwide
Reactions to past attacks have been swift and mostly short
French stocks were resilient after attacks killed scores of people in Paris Friday, reprising a trend in financial markets over the last 15 years where reactions to terror incidents have become increasingly short-lived.
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