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What to make of the latest disruption in the Red Sea

The redirecting of trade ships away from the Red Sea and the associated rise in shipping costs are unlikely to lead to a resurgence in global inflation. However, if the warfare underpinning the disruption to shipping escalates into a wider regional conflict, that would pose inflationary risks via higher energy prices.

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