Is 2017 the Backlash Against the Backlash?Jun 14, 2017
The recent UK election is the latest signal that last year’s “populist” political turns now face sturdy opposition, with implications for economic and market forces.
Whether it's macro-trends, currencies, interest rates, or real-estate prices, the UK vote to sever its 43-year relationship with the EU will impact the whole world for years to come. Morgan Stanley's thought leaders offer their views on the unfolding story of Brexit.
The UK may be setting the stage for a slow erosion of its competitiveness, as a hard Brexit increases risks for its intellectual capital.
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