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What to expect if US inflation really has peaked?

The real returns from both US equities and 10-year Treasuries have often been quite good in the couple of years after past peaks in core inflation in the US, but the period following peak inflation in the early 1980s was an exception. We think that this points to a few lessons for investors when thinking through the outlook for asset returns now that US inflation seems to be in retreat.

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