Analysts by Bloomberg called the principal risks 2017

The survey was conducted among 146 Bloomberg analysts, economists and strategists. The interviewed experts identified three types of risks: the main risks and risks of second and third order.

The largest portion of respondents (about 85%) attributed to threats of varying degrees in the upcoming 2017 elections in EU countries (including on the parliamentary elections in Germany, presidential elections in France). In second place with a score of 80% — foreign policy elected President of the USA of Donald trump.

On the third place among the perceived risks to world stability — the foreign policy of Russian President Vladimir Putin (number of risks were mentioned by less than 60% of respondents). About 40% of the analysts believe the risk of varying degrees, the procedure of a British exit from the European Union. Finally, the last lines in the rating of risks for the stability is the “global cyberwar” (the risk called a little more than 20% of respondents) and the change of government in China (about 15%).

The largest number of experts Bloomberg attributed to the number of key risks foreign policy trump (40%), in second place on this indicator — elections in the European Union (the key threat to its called a little less than 40%). Putin’s foreign policy activity is considered a major risk to global stability, only 15% of respondents.