Published by : Old Mutual Global Investors
Despite many of the major central banks rolling out extensive quantitative easing programmes in the past decade, a large majority of investors came to believe that inflationary pressures in the global economy, especially in developed markets, were a thing of the past, and never coming back.
Published:12 March 2018
Business Area: Absolute returns
Type: Portable Document Format (.pdf)
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