Bloomberg: This Was the Week the World Got Really Anxious About Globalization’s Future

PRESCOTT VALLEY, AZ - OCTOBER 04: Volunteers hand out campaign signs to Trump supporters before Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump speaks at a campaign rally on October 4, 2016 in Prescott Valley, Arizona.
Weak global trade, fears that the U.K. is marching towards a hard Brexit, and polls indicating that the U.S. election remains a tighter call than markets are pricing in have led a bevy of analysts to redouble their warnings that a backlash over globalization is poised to roil global financial markets—with profound consequences for the real economy and investment strategies.