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Popularity of low volatility stocks grows

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NO news is good news.

At least for investors seeking stable returns, it's better to buy companies that aren't in the spotlight. To exploit a so-called low-volatility anomaly, the head of quantitative equity management at BNP Paribas SA invests in stocks that seldom get any

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