MARKET THEMES13/07/2021

Inflation, rather than Covid, is driving market volatility

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Inflation, rather than Covid, is driving market volatilityInflation, rather than Covid, is driving market volatilityInflation, rather than Covid, is driving market volatility

Vaccination progress and strong economic data have eased the effect of Covid on market volatility. However, rising inflation caused a spike in the VIX Index. The next few months will be difficult to predict and could bring trading opportunities.

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