Inflation Returns to Developed Markets

Inflation Returns to Developed Markets
In 2017 inflation accelerated across the developed economies as global inflation reached 3.2%. Against a backdrop of higher inflation and reduced economic slack, central banks are expected to tighten the reins next year in most developed economies. Conversely, the central banks in main emerging markets will cut their key rates, reflecting a more stable macroeconomic environment.
Inflation Returns to Developed Markets

By Alex Cull - Marketing Manager and Kamen Parushev - Research Analyst

Inflation Returns to Developed Markets

 

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13th February 2018 Inflation Returns to Developed Markets

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