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There will be blood

Most investment managers surveyed by the TABB Group see volatility rising in 2017. Furthermore, more than half of those managers see the source of volatility coming from geopolitical sources, with a third seeing macroeconomic discourse as the prime mover and the remainder saying volatility will come from both sources equally.

Politics in the U.S. and Europe will continue to be hotbeds for non-economically driven volatility as the Trump administration takes a more aggressive stance toward foreign policy. European elections will also offer opportunities for market fluctuations with the fate of the EU possibly at stake.