Treasury Protected Inflation Securities

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INK Ultra Money: Bracing for a G-economy inflation surprise

This morning, Real Vision hits on some potential big trends that we would expect to develop in our G-economy scenario. Should this scenario unfold, the investing environment will be a lot different than what investors experienced over the past decade. Meanwhile, some insiders are betting on better days ahead in the oil patch.

We start off with Dr. Peter Warburton, director of Economic Perspectives. He joins Real Vision to explain his thesis that the world is entering a new era of fiscal dominance which sounds a lot like INK's G-economy theme. He argues that the policy response to the coronavirus crisis has resembled war-time measures.

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