Systematic Risk

This refers to risks facing all markets.

Systematic risk is not controllable to any extent by an organisation. This includes risks such as natural disasters, international economic changes, interest rate changes etc; as opposed to unsystematic risks, for example poor management performance or industry substitution.

Systematic risk is a term normally used in financial management and strategic management.

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