SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) — So-called black-swan events are by definition highly improbable. But that hasn’t stopped the economists at Société Générale from attempting to identify a few scenarios that could blindside the market.
In its ‘Global Economic Outlook’ report released on Monday, SocGen listed six such unlikely events that pose the biggest threats. Those include a hard economic landing in China and the possibility of a referendum in the U.K. on whether to remain in the European Union. Continue reading