Here's Everything That Could Go Wrong in 2016

  • Oil at $100, Merkel resigning, cyber-attacks among scenarios
  • Surprises more important to consider with Fed protection gone

What If?: A Pessimistic View of a Risky 2016

On a clear March night in Iraq, the desert plain of the Faw peninsula and a Kurdish village near Syria and Turkey go up in flames. The next morning, Islamic State claims responsibility for the destruction of the country’s major oil pipelines.

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