World Risk Developments February 2017
Here are 10 events which changed the global risk environment since our December release.
- How would a Trump border tax work?
- Higher interest rates an effort to curb China’s credit driven growth
- Greek troubles resurface
- UK one step closer to finalizing Brexit
- Bold reform weighs on India’s short term prospects
- Philippine mine closures demonstrate contract alteration risks in the mining sector
- New Indonesian divestment requirements move toward resource nationalism
- Turkish constitutional referendum held amid growing economic instability
- Lower foreign investment in Emerging Markets set to persist
- IMF forecasts world growth acceleration but highlight trade uncertainties
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