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Two points on “higher for longer” and asset markets

With much of the global economy holding up surprisingly well and inflation not coming down as quickly as expected, investors are weighing up the risk that policy rates remain elevated for much longer than previously thought. This Update discusses what that could mean for global asset markets.

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