Inflation-linked bonds continue recovery

Inflation-linked indexes and products are making a comeback after volatility during the crisis kept investors away, according to Barclays Capital. Issuance of inflation-linked bonds is expected to reach $2 trillion globally this year, according to the bank, with $200 billion coming from the US government and European sovereigns.

Brazil is expected to sell $50 billion of inflation-linked bonds over the next year while Turkey has the largest issuance programme of the emerging markets economies

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