Insight of the Week: Eight in Ten Young Shareholders ​Say Economic Inequality Is a Major Investment Risk 

In the G7 economies, around eight in ten Gen Z and Millennial shareholders view economic inequality as a significant investment risk. Older generations are somewhat less likely to share this concern, although nearly two-thirds of Baby Boomers and older also agree.

Concern about the impact of economic inequality on investments is strong in all the G7 markets, with just over seven in ten shareholders on average agreeing that the issue poses a significant investment risk.

Source: GlobeScan Radar report (survey of 29,293 people in the general public in June ‒ July 2022)​