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What would ‘deglobalisation’ mean for asset allocation?

Globalisation has probably peaked and could be partly reversed as a result of technological change and protectionist policies. This would have significant implications for asset markets, which have generally benefitted from increased economic and financial integration over recent decades. In most scenarios, we think that asset returns would be lower over the next decade compared to the previous three.

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