The Dutch election could disrupt the financial markets

01-03-17 14:57 | Nordea podcasts

The Dutch election is the first of several in the EU this year where the rise of euro-sceptic parties could increase the likelihood of a euro or EU break-up – and with it fuel volatility on the financial markets. Chief analyst Holger Sandte analyses various political scenarios and the impact on the financial markets. We discuss the odds for a victory to Geert Wilder’s EU-sceptic Freedom Party and the consequences. 

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