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Market weekly – Recovery and structural shifts signal inflation ahead in the US cover
Market weekly – Recovery and structural shifts signal inflation ahead in the US cover
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Market weekly – Recovery and structural shifts signal inflation ahead in the US

Market weekly – Recovery and structural shifts signal inflation ahead in the US

23min |10/05/2021|

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Market weekly – Recovery and structural shifts signal inflation ahead in the US cover
Market weekly – Recovery and structural shifts signal inflation ahead in the US cover
Market Update

Market weekly – Recovery and structural shifts signal inflation ahead in the US

Market weekly – Recovery and structural shifts signal inflation ahead in the US

23min |10/05/2021|

408

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Inflation has been quiescent in developed economies in recent years. Today, the possibility that we may be on the brink of a secular shift away from the low-flation regime is a topic of intense debate among investors. Nowhere is this more so than in the US where the abundance of fiscal and monetary support is seen by some as irresponsible in creating risks of an inflationary shock. Cedric Scholtes, Head of Global Sovereign, Inflation and Rates, discusses the outlook. 

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Inflation has been quiescent in developed economies in recent years. Today, the possibility that we may be on the brink of a secular shift away from the low-flation regime is a topic of intense debate among investors. Nowhere is this more so than in the US where the abundance of fiscal and monetary support is seen by some as irresponsible in creating risks of an inflationary shock. Cedric Scholtes, Head of Global Sovereign, Inflation and Rates, discusses the outlook. 

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Inflation has been quiescent in developed economies in recent years. Today, the possibility that we may be on the brink of a secular shift away from the low-flation regime is a topic of intense debate among investors. Nowhere is this more so than in the US where the abundance of fiscal and monetary support is seen by some as irresponsible in creating risks of an inflationary shock. Cedric Scholtes, Head of Global Sovereign, Inflation and Rates, discusses the outlook. 

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Inflation has been quiescent in developed economies in recent years. Today, the possibility that we may be on the brink of a secular shift away from the low-flation regime is a topic of intense debate among investors. Nowhere is this more so than in the US where the abundance of fiscal and monetary support is seen by some as irresponsible in creating risks of an inflationary shock. Cedric Scholtes, Head of Global Sovereign, Inflation and Rates, discusses the outlook. 

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