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Podcast: Curve inversion, credit and China

Just when investors thought inflation was under control, short-dated bond yields are on the rise again as the possibility of higher rates from central banks looms large. But what's the impact on other asset classes? Find out in the latest episode of Market Talk.

Tags: LGIM, podcast, Recession, inflation, Central Banks
Is King Dollar's reign at an end?

Probably, but the more important question is whether a weaker dollar has already been priced in by markets.   

Tags: LGIM, US Dollar, Central banks
US debt deadlock: what happens next?

With a repeat of the 2011 US debt ceiling showdown increasingly likely, we give some answers on how an agreement could be reached.

Tags: LGIM, US Dollar, politics
2023 outlook: bracing for another tough year

We expect much of the world to slip into recession, creating a challenging backdrop for equities. But there are also grounds for some optimism.

Tags: LGIM
Bleak House: Our outlook for the UK

The pain for the UK economy from rising mortgage rates and utility costs has only just begun. Brace for a longer and deeper recession than consensus expects, write Tim Drayson and Hetal Mehta.

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Why did markets rally, and can it be sustained?

Last week's small inflation miss led to a big market reaction, reflecting hopes that we're near the end of the hiking cycle. But as we drift towards recession, will the corporate outlook spoil the mood?

Tags: LGIM
The three barriers to economic growth today – and how they can be overcome

Several major factors are weighing on economic growth today. How could these problems be resolved, and how likely are we to see solutions?

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Peak inflation signals the beginning of the end

Upside inflation surprises have weighed on markets all year, but as inflation and growth fall, so could bond yields.

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Purple squirrels: what are they hiding when it comes to US jobs vacancies?

According to one Fed governor, ‘purple squirrels’ (false vacancies) are distorting US job postings. But the relationship between unemployment and vacancies will be key to determining whether a soft landing is achievable in the US.

Tags: LGIM
Navigating ESG regulation

Financial advisers are facing an increasingly complex universe of sustainability regulations. We have created a guide to help you understand these regulatory changes, as well as how LGIM can provide support.

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