By Malcolm Stacey | Saturday 25 September 2021
Hello, Share Thrashers. There’s some worry about the rising rate of inflation. But how does that thorny issue affect our shares? Many folks, including some expert in the field, reckon inflation is a bad thing for the stock market. And certainly, when the government publishes a high inflation notice, the Footsie nearly always falls, often quite heavily. While hefty inflation is probably keeping shares back even though there are some signals, like the weakening of covid, which should be sending stocks higher.
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