15 min read 21 Dec 21
After a tumultuous year for fixed income markets, fund manager Jim Leaviss presents his outlook for 2022. Jim considers the outlook for inflation and what this means for central bank policy and financial markets. He also looks at some of the more recent macro developments, such as the emergence of the Omicron variant, a hawkish pivot from the Federal Reserve and a rate hike from the Bank of England.
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