FT: Small caps suffer worst run against larger stocks in over 20 years

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The Russell 2000 index has risen 24 per cent since the beginning of 2020, lagging behind the S&P 500’s more than 60 per cent gain over the same period. The gap in performance shakes up a long-term historical norm in which fast-growing small-caps have tended to deliver punchier returns for investors who can stomach the higher volatility.

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