VIDEO: ‘Entrenched inflationary expectation is the risk’

Central banks are concerned that the fear of inflation - rather than the reality of it - may be creating an unecessarily challenging environment. We speak with ICG's economic expert Nick Brooks.

In theory, inflation should ease next year as economies begin to normalise and less pressure is put on supply chains. However, inflationary expectation can become a self-fulfilling prophecy and this is what is putting central banks on high alert. Private Debt Investor caught up with Nick Brooks, head of economic and investment research at London-based fund manager Intermediate Capital Group, to hear this thoughts on the topic.