Does Trump's Victory Legitimize Ascendancy of Populism?
Votes are looming within less than a year in Italy, Austria, the Netherlands, France and then Germany. Exasperation with the political and business establishment over a raft of grievances from inequality to immigration will likely shape all of these votes, with the outcome increasingly hard to predict. The populist surge first broke through the establishment barrier in Britain. The June 23 vote to leave the European Union was the watershed moment, as voters defied the massed ranks of the British establishment. Fast forward to Donald Trump’s win, and “the revolution continues,” Nigel Farage, acting Independence Party leader and an architect of the Brexit vote said. State Street Global Advisors Investment Head for EMEA Bill Street discusses with Anna Edwards and Yousef Gamal El-Din on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe."