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Overcooked inflation fears, the end of the excess savings debate and a global markets briefing

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In this latest episode of The Weekly Briefing from Capital Economics, Group Chief Economist Neil Shearing assesses just how much the global inflation picture has really changed in the wake of that US March CPI print. He talks to David Wilder about which central banks are likely to cut when, previews a busy week of economic data.

And, in the wake of retaliatory Israeli strikes on Iran, he explains how investors should tackle macro and market risks amid ongoing conflict in the Middle East.

Also on the podcast, Deputy Chief Global Economist Simon MacAdam discusses his new report about why excess savings should no longer be considered an issue for DM policymakers and an exclusive clip from our online client briefing about the outlook for financial markets.

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