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Margin Call
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After the inflation peak

ANALYSIS: Investors should gradually gain confidence in most assets, as pessimism in outlook for economy gives way to understanding that highly restrictive monetary policy has done its job.

Illustration: Michael Hickmott.

The first half of 2023 gave global investment markets plenty to worry about, from a rolling US banking crisis to slowing growth in China. Markets were also divided about the fears of a global recession and the persistence of inflation. Slower global growth forecasts spread fears of much lower

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Andrew Bascand Tue, 25 Jul 2023
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