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More thoughts on the effects of inflation on asset returns

The muted reaction in the markets so far to today’s above-consensus surge in US inflation presumably reflects a view that it won’t have as much of a bearing on economic growth or monetary policy as periods of high inflation have sometimes had in the past.

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