This year the U.K. gave us Brexit, the U.S. elected a reality TV star with no political experience as its next leader and tension increased between Iran and Saudi Arabia.Steen Jakobsen, chief economist at Danish investment bank Saxo Bank has put his neck on the line and predicted what is likely to be in store for 2017, including…- China opens up to capital markets- Brexit never happens as the UK Bremains- Huge gains for Bitcoin- Trump’s healthcare reform triggers panic- Italian banks prove to be the best performing
Protection for tenants in case of scam
Plan to increase power from renewables
Oil price rally has delivered U.S. a golden opportunity
Efforts to reduce domestic gas consumption.
Egypt taking measures to tighten ballooning budget deficit
“We have tested $40 and $50 prices, and it hasn’t worked. We need a price that incentivises the investment to come back”
The number of people killed in Pakistan's deadliest plane crash for four years.
It may be 20 years before the Middle East adopts peer-to-peer insurance, but today’s industry could benefit by investigating it further.
Reaction to Italy's referendum result shows traders may be learning from Brexit and Trump.
The economic reforms aim to free the kingdom from oil dependence.