SINGAPORE (June 4): “There is essentially in many countries around the world a sense that the average performance of the economy is much better than the individual performance of the citizens in that country. And that’s what’s given rise to the wave of populism.” — Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman, arguing that the European Union faces no existential threat but is merely dealing with the same issues as many other nations.

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