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OPINION

Wealth Managers Arm Themselves for Battle with Inflation

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Many wealth managers believe that the biggest threat to private client portfolios right now is not whether stock markets will plunge, but how much inflation will rise. For those running discretionary portfolios, the key questions are whether inflation will continue at its current rate, and whether the Bank of England will raise interest rates this year in an attempt to slow it down – with knock-on effects for clients’ investments.
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Typically, they aim to protect clients against inflation by buying certain types of assets and avoiding others.

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