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Globalisation in remission

Growing sense of wealth and income inequality is fuelling nationalist fears and populist politics. Former trends of deregulation are in danger of being reversed.

The Brexit vote and themes raised in the US presidential race suggest that many voters in the developed world feel the markets no longer work for them.

POLITICS has always been part of the narrative of investing, and just underneath the surface lies an ebb and flow of influences that can direct politicians and their policies. At our recent investment forum in Frankfurt, we considered some of the many factors that are keeping politics at the top

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