Podcast: For stocks, is this 2008 USA or 1922 Germany or 1923 Germany?
Saxo Market Call
Summary: Today's podcast looks at the latest weak session for global equity markets, the potential mindset on inflationary risks having possibly pivoted as shown in the US yield curve as the Fed may be irrevocably behind the curve for now. What this could mean for equities in terms of historic market parallels is explored - particularly the interesting way that German equities were valued during the varying phases of the early 1920's hyperinflation. Today's pod is hosted by John J. Hardy, head of FX Strategy.
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