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At what point are deficit spending and debt monetization tantamount to Modern Monetary Theory, which effectively posits that ‘deficits don’t matter’ for reserve currency issuers? Will the push to leverage major central banks for purposes well beyond exchange rate and price stability finally revive long-dormant inflation once COVID-19’s deflationary impact abates?
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Please join Jeff Klingelhofer, Thornburg co-head of investments and David Ashley, portfolio manager on Thornburg's municipal bond team as they discuss the fixed income landscape and five things investors should be looking for in 2021.
Despite winter virus waves, an incipient pro-cyclical rotation is underway across asset classes and regions. Investors would be well-advised to remain sensibly diversified and balanced.