Seven ETFs To Fight Inflation

Although current US economic data indicates that inflation is relatively subdued, there are numerous reasons to suggest that rising prices are on the horizon.

Rising commodity prices have already prevailed as demand for corn, wheat and soybeans around the world continues to outpace supply and political unrest has sent the price of WTI crude oil north of $109 per barrel.  Furthermore, inflation has already prevailed in much of the developing world causing the People’s Bank of China to increase its benchmark one-year lending rate to 6.31 percent and its one-year deposit rate to 3.25 percent.  A similar tune was heard in India, when its central bank raised the cost of borrowing for the eighth time in nearly one year.  Read more of this post

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