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  1. EU Parliament elections: EU-sceptics on the rise

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    Published by: Swiss Re Institute Content Type: Publication

    EU-sceptics are set to make gains in the EU Parliament elections in May. The near-term economic and financial market impact will ...

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  2. Populism and Economic Policy event: EEAG report 2017

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    With Brexit, the election of Donald Trump, and a series of European elections, populism and political risk has moved to centre ...

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  3. Why gender equality matters for insurance

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    There is strong evidence that gender equality boosts economic potential. Further, Swiss Re Institute estimates that a 26% ...

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  4. The world economy in 2019: the three Ps to watch

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    We expect softer and diverging global economic growth in 2019. We are also keeping a close watch on the three Ps: prices, as ...

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  5. Succeeding with you in Sub-Saharan Africa

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    Sub-Saharan Africa is growing, and so are its insurance markets. Swiss Re is reaching out to forge long-term partnerships across ...

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  6. Brexit and the UK insurance sector

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    The ultimate outcome of Brexit negotiations is hard to predict. It seems likely that reciprocal passporting rights in the EU ...

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