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A "monetarist" perspective on current equity markets

2017 was a bumper year for global markets because economic growth strengthened, core consumer price inflation flatlined and the monetary environment remained accommodative despite Federal Reserve policy tightening. Prospects for 2018 are less favourable in all three respects. We expect the global economy to remain strong in early 2018 but to slow as the year progresses. This reflects two considerations.
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