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Murky crystal ball

20 August 2015 By Swaha Pattanaik

Unexpected events like China’s devaluation and commodity price drops are having a surprisingly big effect on long-range market inflation expectations. Previously, investors tended to look past such phenomena. But trust in policymakers’ ability to offset shocks is at a low ebb.

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