Ruchir Sharma suggested that Britain was losing its global influence since the UK voted to exit the European Union.
Speaking on Sky News, the author claimed that Europe was rising with its influence on the global scale, but said the UK could be going the opposite way.
He said: “I think Europe is in for a bit of a comeback. I think Germany, France are doing better than what people thought.
“Germany of course, the story is well telegraphed, but the election of Macron has done a lot to revive spirits in France.
The author claimed Brexit could impact the UK's global influence
“As far as the UK is concerned I think you just have to be a bit careful out here.
“As I have been travelling in the last few months I see very contrasting reaction from a year ago to now.
“A year ago people were very focused on what was happening with the UK, what was happening with the Brexit vote.
“Today I find that the UK election is kind of a non-story outside of the UK.”
As far as the UK is concerned I think you just have to be a bit careful out here
The author added that it may be a good thing for the UK as it needs to “get it’s house back in order.”
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Mr Sharma insisted that the globe is currently witnessing a “wave” of “anti-establishment” feeling, which explains the Brexit vote, and other election results in recent years.
He added: “There is a huge anti-establishment wave running through the world and I have a statistic in the book.
“Which is a year ago two out of three leaders standing for election were getting re-elected.
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“By last year that number had dropped to one out of three. That may not happen here for other reasons but still, there is still a huge anti-all-encompassing wave that is running through the world.
“I think that also got confused up with the Brexit vote. Even though people were voting for a Brexit issue, a lot of it was an anti-establishment feeling as well which came through in that vote.”
“Now the pendulum is swinging back in what's more of a balanced world.
“This is something which is happening all over long spells of history.”