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  • "Sentiment can only take you so far, in markets at least - the winning nation doesn't tend to hold on to its gains and, on average, sees its stock market underperform by around 4 percent over the year following the final," Oppenheimer said. "The message seems to be: enjoy the gains while they last."

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  • "In the absence of a severe economic crisis, the winner tends to enjoy the spoils of success in the markets for a brief period at least," Peter Oppenheimer, Goldman Sachs' chief global equity strategist, said in the report published late Tuesday.

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