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October 2021 / VIDEO

Inflation, Central Bank Policy, and the Implications for Emerging Markets

Find out why emerging market central banks are bucking the trend in terms of monetary policy normalization

 

Fears that rising inflation could spill over to the emerging world has seen some EM central banks take a proactive approach to policy normalization. We see this as a positive for the EM asset class, and we believe this can help to promote both stability and economic growth over the medium term.

 

 

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