14 June 2022
Ben and Jeremy discuss the continuing drivers behind the volatility in global markets. With recent inflationary figures showing declining rates, markets were beginning to get comfortable before the much larger than expected CPI numbers on Friday in the US. The focus for the short term will be on the bond/interest rates rises and their effect on inflation as global reserve banks try to get inflation under control.
What does this mean for investors in equities, as well as other asset classes including crypto, (already falling) property, (which will take longer) term deposits, and corporate bonds as this plays out?
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