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If inflation hits, quality bluechips are the best investment bets

Price rises haven't been an issue for a decade or two, but nothing stays the same forever and it makes sense to buy your umbrella while the sun is still shining

11th November, 2018
Brian Farrell (centre) chaired an RTÉ debate between Charles Haughey and Garret FitzGerald in 1982 when inflation was a very political issue Picture: Rollingnews

Price rises haven’t been an issue for a decade or two, but nothing stays the same forever and it makes sense to buy your umbrella while the sun is still shining

For most equity investors over the past decade or two, consumer price inflation has not been an issue of major importance or a live cause for fear. This is in marked contrast to the 1970s when inflation in Ireland was a major...

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