The outlook for inflation and the challenges it poses for trustees

Is inflation finally tamed and how should trustees respond, Stephanie Hawthorne asks

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The outlook for inflation and the challenges it poses for trustees

The spectre of inflation still looms over the UK. A structural shift over the past 20 years – from a world of plenty to paucity of key supplies leaves the nation vulnerable to future bouts of inflation.

"Those resources that were once plentiful - notably cheap labour, cheap natural resources and cheap energy generated from fossil fuels - are all now pressured by forces ranging from the impact of a...

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