Vigilance needed to prevent curse of inflation in Asia

The curse of inflation

Christopher Jeffery

The unprecedented injection of trillions of dollars of easy money into the global financial system during the past couple of years is increasingly viewed as posing a serious risk that inflationary pressure will build in many economies around the world in the coming months.

A poll on risk.net last month found that 40% of financial industry respondents believed commodity prices and inflation represented the biggest single threat to the continued recovery of the global financial services industry

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