Daniel Morris

Daniel Morris has been quoted 5 times. The one recent article where Daniel Morris has been quoted is Europe frets about what to do with Trump … but it’s got worries of its own. Most recently, Daniel Morris was quoted as having said, “The likelihood of populist parties gaining in Europe is now higher than it was before because of Trump, where that leads, who knows, but in addition to the elections we already now we will have in Germany, in France, and the Netherlands, who knows, we may have them in Italy, in the U.K., in Spain, … all that is going to potentially weight on the markets.”.

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It's unusual to have these agreements last for very long because inevitably someone cheats. It's certainly conceivable that the (OPEC) agreement falls apart and you get more production than anticipated in addition to already thinking that it should be lower because of dollar strength.

We will probably stay obsessed with Trump for a bit longer… But we're eventually going to turn back to Europe, which is clearly where the future political risk in the future lie.

The likelihood of populist parties gaining in Europe is now higher than it was before because of Trump, where that leads, who knows, but in addition to the elections we already now we will have in Germany, in France, and the Netherlands, who knows, we may have them in Italy, in the U.K., in Spain, … all that is going to potentially weight on the markets.

The concern is that the U.S. does something that harms trade with China, and the Chinese will retaliate and it becomes a trade war.

Regardless of who wins, we're not expecting any new trade agreements. In the worst-case scenario, we lose some. That's generally bad for Asia.

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