Inflation remains main concern for bond investors

Despite higher global vaccination rates, doubts about the coronavirus pandemic also persist.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Inflation remains at the top of the list of concerns for investment-grade bond investors in Europe as doubts about the pandemic also grow, according to a Bank of America survey published Friday, August 13.

Price increases were the main source of concern for investors in the survey, similar to the preceding edition published in June.

Market players are increasingly concerned about the impact of inflation on corporate margins, and not only about the European Central Bank raising interest rates, according to BofA strategists led by Barnaby Martin.

In addition, Covid-19 is again a concern . . .

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