US equities turned in the worst quarterly performance since 2011.
Why this month is an awful one for US stock investors.
Strong US economy and improved valuations fuel analysts’ optimism.
The sell-off has yielded attractive stock bargains.
What crisis? Chinese exports account for 1% of US GDP.
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