This session explores the response of markets to global macro-political instabilities, analyzing current trends and future implications. Market volatility is a primary concern, heightened by these instabilities, leading investors towards a more cautious, conservative investment strategy. These disruptions have also slowed global economic growth, diminishing demand for goods and services and subsequently reducing commodity prices and currency values. Additionally, the financial sector faces challenges, with reduced credit availability impacting capital access and market liquidity. The session will delve into the broader effects of these instabilities on the global economy, financial sector, and markets, and discuss strategies to mitigate their impact, offering insight into adapting to an increasingly unpredictable economic landscape.