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Which markets did best from Berlin Wall's collapse? Wall Street and the BRICs, of course

Reuters India Monday, 11 November 2019 ()
The toppling of the Berlin Wall made free market economics the norm across Europe - but which financial markets have done the best since then? Wall Street and the BRICs, of course.
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