INVESTING IN AN INFLATIONARY ENVIRONMENT
While inflation was at record levels in all major currencies during the 1970s, peaking at 12% in Switzerland in 1973, it has declined sharply since then. So much so that in the recent years Central Banks have been worried about both - deflationary threats as well as inflation.
In this Investir.ch article, Michel Dominicé, Senior Partner, outlines the consequences of inflation for the investors and the central banks, and contemplates possible solutions to withstand the inflationary environment.
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