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Drop-In: Israel-Gaza conflict – Assessing macro and market risks

The attack by Hamas militants on Israel, and the Netanyahu government’s declaration of war, brings renewed turmoil to the Middle East, threatening regional political and economic stability.

In this special online briefing, economists from our Macro and Commodities teams explained what renewed conflict could mean for the economic and markets outlook.

During this 20-minute session, the team addressed key issues, including:

  • What this could mean for oil prices;
  • The geo-economic risks around renewed conflict;
  • How Israel’s domestic economy could fare as the country goes to war.
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