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Cybercrime costs the global economy about $445 billion a year.
And that already hefty loss figure is likely to climb - a lot - in the years to come, a new report from Allianz SE (OTC ADR: AZSEY) suggests.
Here's where this cybercrime story gets interesting for us.
Half those losses are borne by the world's 10 biggest economies - the ones that have the most developed financial markets.
And that will lead to big profit opportunities for folks who want to follow this thread.
You see, because these 10 markets are so well developed, they house some of the biggest innovators in the financial market.
That's fostering the creation of a new type of financial services market.
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