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HOT TOPIC Bonds - inflation vs deflation - what is the biggest threat?

It’s the big macro topic of today which has huge implications for investment markets, especially fixed income. So, is all the additional stimulus brought on by the Covid pandemic likely to lead to greater inflationary pressures, or are economic hardships, demographics, and technological progress going to be deflationary forces? However you invest, the inflationary picture is something you must consider, so make sure you join our expert panel as we analyse the key arguments on both sides that will shape markets going forward. Our expert panel this week comprises of Ryan Hughes, Head of Active Portfolios, AJ Bell, Harry Richards, Fund Manager, Jupiter Asset Management, Ian Williams, CEO, Charteris and Adrian Hull, Head of UK Fixed Income, Aegon Asset Management.

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