Research - AUGUST 18, 2021

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Research reveals scale of concern from institutional investors and wealth managers about the threat of inflation

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About 55 percent of institutional investors and wealth managers are “very concerned” about the threat of inflation, and a further 36 percent are “quite concerned,” according to Nickel Digital Asset Management, a European investment manager dedicated to the digital assets market.

Institutional investors and wealth managers from the United States, United Kingdom, France, Germany and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) who collectively have $275.5 billion in assets under management were surveyed, and 43 percent predict inflation in the U.S. will be higher over the next two years than leading authorities are predicting, and only 2 percent expect it to be lower. Just over half (54 percent) believe official predictions are correct.

In terms of the United Kingdom, 41 percent of professional investors interviewed believe inflation will be higher than officials are predicting, and just 5 percent think it will be lower. Again, just 54 percent believe official inflation foreca

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