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  • Real incomes are falling in a way that hasn't happened since the second half of the 1970s, when inflation topped out at 22%.
  • With central banks playing catch-up with interest-rate hikes, we'll likely see a more pronounced economic slowdown as a result.
  • Investors haven't yet priced in a recession, but they're thinking seriously about it. That's why we've seen weakness in equities and credit markets.




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Insight from our sub-adviser, Schroders Investment Management
Keith Wade, Chief Economist, Schroders
Chief Economist and Strategist



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