Top European Concerns for G-7 Leaders Meeting in Japan

When Germany hosted last year’s Group of Seven summit, European leaders assured President Barack Obama they were up to dealing with the crises on their doorstep. Twelve months on, Europe’s challenges have multiplied to an extent that questions the wisdom of making the 6,000-mile trip to Japan for the G-7. From Brexit to migration, home-grown terrorism to the destabilizing impact of surging populism, Europe has seldom looked in more need of political leadership at home. Goldman Sachs Senior Equity Strategist Sharon Bell discusses the challenges facing Europe's leaders in attendance with Bloomberg's Francine Lacqua on "The Pulse."

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