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2020s will be the ’end of globalization’, says BofA

2020s will be the ’end of globalization’, says BofA

As per Bank of America, one of the dominant trends for the 2020s will be the ’end of globalization’. In a report, BofA analysts said that largely unchecked globalization ’is coming to an end’. This shift will make commodities like precious metals and real estate safer investment because governments will move to impose protectionist economic policies.

npc8472 7 months

One can only hope.

I Am Grug
I Am Grug 7 months

Grug has to destroy George Soros before globalization starts again. Grug doesn’t have long. Too many have died fighting for black boom boom liquid from sharptooths that went extinct after big rock hit planet. Grug can’t let tribe go extinct.

Seekster 7 months

End? No no. We are seeing and increasing turn away from globalization but the ideological battle between nationalism and globalization will continue.

Deadman 0_0
Deadman 0_0 7 months

BofA deez nuts.

Kevin McAlpin
Kevin McAlpin 7 months


Paul N
Paul N 7 months

If only this would be true! Sorrows and his proxy cronies will fight this tooth and nail.

Just_Saying 7 months

There will be perhaps a slow down for a time, while society’s adjust, but there will be no “end” of globalization. The laws of man and nature demand it, so until the becomes a dead burnt cinder floating in space the march towards globalization will continue.

Order11110 7 months

In the words of Soros himself “Everything that could have possibly gone wrong, has.”

Indo 7 months

It might just be a reawakening !

porcus 7 months

I think there is definitely going to be a turning back from globalization. Frankly, that is a good thing, as humans are not able to interact very well above State level. Smaller groupings are better.

Emperor Tito
Emperor Tito 7 months

BofA deez nuts?

Zubin 7 months

In other words, "we're ready to shut down borders & undo centuries of work to maintain the artificially inflated prices of our holdings" - all in the name of goodwill of the people. The normal way I was taught you dealt with demand & supply issues was towards a settlement & mutual compromise. Not to offload responsibility onto the economy & the world.

Edward Williams
Edward Williams 7 months

Fingers crossed...

Rage Against the Vagine
Rage Against the Vagine 7 months

protectionist policies /= free markets

Deadly104 7 months

@just_sayin I agree I don’t see humanity getting very far into space without the whole planet working together.

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