over 3 years ago • 1 min
Governments and central banks around the world pulled all the stops to stem the economic damage of COVID-19. The European Union scraped together $869 billion to spend on a recovery while the US Federal Reserve snapped up over $3 trillion in US bonds. With these massive sums of money flying around, it can be hard to see what it all means for the individual investor. That's why we brought in Allianz's chief economist Ludovic Subran.
In this Finimize Live event, Ludovic predicted what happens next. He got to the bottom of whether central bank activity could mean a concerning rise inflation. Also, how rising global inequality could become a major risk in the long-term. And finally, when it comes to stable investments, are millennials simply out of luck?
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