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Andy Langenkamp

Senior Political Analyst

Andy stands out as senior Political Analyst at ECR, known for his insightful commentary on how economic and geopolitical events impact financial markets. His adept analysis has made the weekly Global Political Analysis a highly sought-after publication among our subscribers. Andy's profound understanding of the international political landscape was honed during his tenure with the foreign affairs editorial team at Trouw, a leading Dutch daily newspaper.

He holds a master’s degree in International Organisations and International Relations and has completed his postgraduate studies at the Netherlands Institute of International Relations. His thought-provoking contributions have been featured in esteemed publications both domestically and internationally, including Het Financieele Dagblad, De Tijd in Belgium, The Guardian in the UK, and Forbes and Politico in the US. Furthermore, his contributions to prominent media platforms such as The Huffington Post, Real Clear Politics, and The Hill, alongside appearances on various radio shows, underscore his standing as a respected voice in political analysis.

Recent Publications

Trump 2.0 vs Biden 2.0

Thursday, 06 June 2024

The fact that elections can severely upset markets was evident last week in Mexico: Claudia Sheinbaum's victory caused the Mexican stock exchange to lose 6%, while the peso fell to its lowest level since November. The big question is whether such fluctuations are also possible with the US elections. 

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Don’t believe the hype – or should you?

Thursday, 23 May 2024

Will the global economy and risky assets markets continue their advance despite rising tensions between China and the West, deglobalization and the rise of populism, or will the financial markets and world economy be hit dramatically and for a long time?

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Will the European elections turn the continent upside down?

Wednesday, 08 May 2024

From 6-9 June, over 400 million eligible voters will be able to vote for the European Union's only directly elected institution, the European Parliament. What will the election outcome mean for the euro, interest rates, equities and the gold price?

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