Higher volatility is going to be a fact of life again

Original article by Bill Bovingdon, Chris Dickman
The Australian Financial Review – Page: 23 : 26-Feb-18

Further volatility can be expected across all asset classes as central banks wind back quantitative easing programs and interest rates rise from historic lows. The European Central Bank has begun to scale back its asset purchasing program, although inflation is not yet sufficiently high for it to begin adjusting monetary policy. Meanwhile, Australia’s cash rate is likely to remain steady amid a continuing low level of inflation. The active management strategy is likely to deliver better returns than passive investing in the current environment,

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EUROPEAN CENTRAL BANK, PEOPLE’S BANK OF CHINA, ALTIUS ASSET MANAGEMENT PTY LTD

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