The end of 2018 was marked, perhaps typically, by lurching from one crisis to the next. In the UK, Prime Minister Theresa May faced a no-confidence vote from her own party, just months before the official hard stop for Brexit. In the US, the Trump administration careened its way into a government shutdown which, at the time of writing in early January, had yet to be resolved.
Stocks were hardly calm, either. Rarely have the colorful clichés of whipsawing, see-sawing and vacillating been
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