Inflation: Looking beyond forecasts

It may be worthwhile to pay attention to what the markets are telling us, as they did during the pandemic, rather than rely on consensus forecasts


In my previous piece last fortnight, I had said “the probability that inflation will come down on its own is low. This means if the central banks act harshly now,
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