Here Are The Best- And Worst-Performing Assets From November

  @gmorcroft g.morcroft@ibtimes.com on
Nikkei July 2013 2
A woman walks past an electronic board displaying Japan's Nikkei average and various countries' stock price indices outside a brokerage in Tokyo.

Global monetary policy continued to drive financial markets in November as Japanese stocks rallied almost 10 percent on the month as the country continued to try to inflate its way out of stagnant growth, while gold and silver led decliners as Western quantitative easing showed no signs of ending.

Below, compliments of Deutsche Bank and with a hat tip to Zero Hedge, is a chart of November's best- and worst-performing asset classes.

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