Last week, the Business Times published a great article – Markets are underestimating the risks of accelerating inflation written by Neil Behrmann – which I thought was worth a second look.
In the nutshell, the author believes that there will be rapid inflation coming our way, especially with Trump’s policies, and that this could be a sign of an impending market crash.
I quote some parts of the article which I thought was worth sharing here (in dark grey). For those of you familiar with macro economics, you might find some of these familiar:
RISKS of accelerating global inflation have been widely underestimated.
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The deflation in the US, Germany, the UK, France, Japan and China in the past two years has turned into inflation. In the US, it is 2.1 per cent; Germany, 1.7 per cent; the UK, 1.6 per cent; France , 0.6 …