Political gaming casts energy further into age of disruption

With regulatory change in the air, market participants must be more aware of the situations those with legislative responsibility find themselves in

The world has become unpredictable. The economic progress and social stability that defined the late twentieth and early years of the twenty-first century have shown, in recent times, to be under increasing levels of stress.

Mounting populist anger against the consequences of globalisation, increasing inequality of income and wealth distribution, diminished expectations of economic prospects and reduced upward mobility of the younger generation create tensions that lead to uncertain outcomes

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