The return of inflation? 

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The first quarter of 2021 brought inflation — or at least the fear of it — back into focus. Continuing the trend that started in November 2020 following good news on COVID-19 vaccines, and intermediate- to longer-maturity government bond yields have been rising across the globe.

The long-term implications of the pandemic will take a while to be fully understood. Within Mercer, the never-ending debate between our inflationistas and deflationistas continues to rage, with both camps making compelling cases.

To help you navigate how inflation might affect your investment portfolio and possible steps to take to mitigate, below you’ll find our latest thinking on the return of inflation.

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