Pretty much every financial asset class got smashed again in November

November was another pretty ugly month for a swathe of financial asset classes, with pretty much everything down in dollar terms.

The charts below come from Deutsche Bank’s Jim Reid, showing how stocks, bonds, commodities and currencies did around the world in the last 30 days. Other than a tiny handful of asset classes that appreciated in value, pretty much everything slumped:

It looks better in local currency terms, but the strongest performers (like Russian, German and Japanese stocks) have all seen their local currency value slide against the dollar since November, too:

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