In a fairly quiet week in global macro, inflation fears remained at the centre of investors’ concerns as data suggested that the UK and China are both struggling to contain price pressures. Rising inflation in the emerging world is fast becoming a headache for the global economy. The eurozone seemed to make some progress on the sovereign debt crisis. And global activity data remained encouraging. Next week, the Fed meets, and US real GDP figures for 2010 Q4 should look pretty good. Read more
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