In the wake of Russia’s attack on Ukraine, the risks of nuclear conflict have become clearer both inside and outside the world of finance.
As cracks develop along geopolitical fault lines, new barriers could emerge to disrupt global trade.
The spillover effect of the Russia-Ukraine War will increase food prices and geopolitical risk throughout the world.
The rise of China, climate change, and cyberthreats will shape the 2020s, Joachim Klement, CFA, predicts.
Marko Papic believes investors can prepare for geopolitical events and beat the market while they’re at it.
The financial community should work to reduce nuclear risks the same way it does those of climate change.
What role should geopolitical risk discussions play in portfolio decisions?
Taimur Hyat, PhD, considers how geopolitical risks have altered how investment analysis is conducted.
"Be mindful that the rumor of globalization’s demise is greatly exaggerated," says Taimur Hyat, PhD, of PGIM.
Jason Voss, CFA, shares his choices for Weekend Reads for Investors. Included among his selections are an update on a classic game theory problem, a surprising story about a dealer of Japanese government bonds, and an exploration of quantum physics in strange places.
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