Catherine Doyle continues Newton Investment Management's series of DC columns with a look at inflationary and deflationary risk
International Accounting Standards Board chairman, Hans Hoogervorst, has said arguments to change the accounting standard are "flawed" as it should reflect the economic reality, no matter how ugly.
Fears of deflation have been exaggerated since the 2008 financial crisis according to former Bank of England (BoE) monetary policy committee member Andrew Sentance.
The latest inflation figures could cut deficits by £10bn
Richard Gibson looks at what deflation means for pension schemes
Pushes out rate hikes
The emerging market (EM) crisis sparked by China's economic slowdown will be much more damaging for developed markets than the 1997 Asian financial crisis, warn investors.
The devaluation of China's currency will have a deflationary impact on global markets in the near term, according to Royal London Asset Management.
PP explains how deflation could affect schemes, and what trustees can do
Many predicted the great rotation from bonds to equities would happen in 2014 but we have yet to see it. Daniel Rudis looks at the likelihood of it happening in 2015.
Natasha Browne examines the likelihood of negative inflation and the consequences for pension schemes.
The Bank of England has said it is prepared to cut rates further and expand its quantitative easing programme should the current downward slide in inflation worsen materially.
The GeoPost UK Pension Scheme has secured a £30m buy-in with Pension Insurance Corporation (PIC) to cover liabilities relating to 645 pensioner members.
When the UK and US started quantitative easing (QE) programmes the fear was that printing money could force inflation to spiral.
Helen Morrissey says uncertainty helps no-one
JPMAM market strategist and former BBC economics editor Stephanie Flanders outlines the risks to schemes
Europe is facing a real danger of deflation according to Legal & General Investment Management (LGIM).