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Three key lessons on geopolitical risk and markets

The war between Hamas and Israel – and the potential for escalation to the wider region – has increased the uncertainty around the economic and financial market outlook, but in most scenarios is unlikely to generate a sustained hit to major asset markets. This Focus considers how that may change, and what the lessons from previous geopolitical shocks can tell us about how this – and future ones – will play out.

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