It is by no means a foregone conclusion any currency wars will take place but, fears Anthony Rayner, markets may be a little too complacent - as they have been over other policy developments such as QE and trade wars
In response to recent US announcement on new tariffs, the Chinese authorities allowed the renminbi to weaken above the symbolic 7, versus the US dollar. In turn, this led the US to label the Chinese as...
Revisiting the portfolio debate
US labour market key to recovery following Covid-19 impact
In the decade or so following the global financial crisis, inflation in much - if not all - of the developed world has been very low indeed, writes James Klempster, who explores why inflation-proofing portfolios is so important...
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