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US inflation: should markets be worried?

Read the recent ‘AA View | US inflation: should markets be worried?’ to learn more about the broader market impact of higher inflation lasting through 2022 and beyond.

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Since the Global Financial Crisis (GFC) there have been multiple short-term upwards shocks to inflation, usually caused by spikes in energy prices. Although they have sparked concerns that inflation would start to trend higher, the spikes have tended to be short-lived with inflation returning below the Federal Reserve’s target rate. This time though is different. Read the ‘AA View | US inflation: should markets be worried?’ to learn more.