US mutual funds paused inflation bets in Q3

Counterparty Radar: Uncertainty over inflation appears to have dampened trading activity

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US mutual funds cut their holdings of inflation swaps in the third quarter, after nine months of steady expansion. Despite the dip, at $28.4 billion, total exposures are just $1.4 billion shy of the second quarter’s aggregate, which was the highest since began collecting this data at the start of 2020.

The data suggests fund managers remained cautious about inflation in Q3, but were caught in two minds about the immediacy of the threat. This is supported by the fact that payer and

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