Inflation-linked structured products preferable to Linkers, says RBC WM

Inflation-linked structured products preferable to Linkers, says RBC WM

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Structured products: a comprehensive hedge against inflation

Investing in structured products could provide a more direct hedge against inflation and/or higher interest rates, says Tracy Maeter, head of investments at RBC Wealth Management, British Isles.

Maeter suggests investing in a structured note that pays regular coupons and links directly to an inflation measure, such as the UK Retail Prices Index or the US/eurozone Consumer Price Index. "Alternatively, investors may simply choose to protect against the rise in rates which usually accompanies

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