Record Number of Markets Now in the Red in Worst Year Since 1901

(Bloomberg) -- 2018 is going down as the worst year for markets ever, by at least one measure.

A whopping 89 percent of assets have handed investors losses in U.S. dollar terms, more than any previous year going back more than a century. The metric comes courtesy of Deutsche Bank AG, whose macro strategists feature it as their chart of the week.

Record Number of Markets Now in the Red in Worst Year Since 1901

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