Investors and businesses in the United Kingdom have dealt with the realities and tragedies of global terrorism since 1970, and the threat has only increased in recent years.
Over the past decade, high-profile terrorist attacks killed an average of 21,000 people worldwide each year. In 2017, terrorism was responsible for 0.05% of global deaths.
While the human cost of terrorism is devastating, the economic impact may be more significant than most realise.
According to new research, market analysts make more pessimistic forecasts in the wake of terrorist attacks and mass shootings.