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20 June 2017

Global political risks one year on from Brexit – what have we learned?
Key points   - Geopolitical issues create much interest, but as we saw over the last year starting with Brexit this doesn't mean they'll have a big negative impact on financial markets. - However, a backlash against economic rationalist policies and inequality, and the declining relative power of the US globally will likely mean that geopolitical issues will continue to flare up in the years ahead. - Key issues for investors to keep an eye on are the upcoming Italian election, the ongoing risks around President Trump and North Korea. Introduction It's now 12 months since the British  voted to leave the European Union, an event that some saw as setting off a  domin
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Oliver's Insights is a regular update from Dr Shane Oliver, Head of Investment Strategy and Chief Economist, AMP Capital.

In Oliver's Insights, Dr Shane Oliver explores the latest issues regarding financial markets and the economy.


Who is Dr Shane Oliver?

Dr Shane Oliver joined AMP in 1984 as a research officer and in 1994 became AMP's Chief Economist. He now plays a major role in determining AMP Capital's investment strategy and asset allocation. He also provides economic forecasts and analysis to the asset class portfolio managers. As chief economist, he maintains a media profile for AMP Capital on economic and investment market issues.


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