Edward Bonham Carter, vice-chairman of Jupiter Asset Management, has said the outlook for inflation will be a key concern going into next year, as there is a "question mark over how long wage growth can remain subdued" in some developed markets.
In his outlook for 2018 commentary, Bonham Carter said market behaviour will continue to puzzle economists and investors in 2018. He said: "Economic growth though is likely to remain supportive for...
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