The higher-for-longer narrative took hold over the third quarter, pushing bonds and equities down in most markets. But we doubt that this narrative will last. We expect bond markets to rebound as inflation falls more quickly than widely anticipated. And while we think that prospects remain poor for global equities in the near term, this is because we forecast that economic activity will soon falter.
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