Comment: Investors need to prepare for impact of inflation surge

The implications of ending quantitative easing are so dire that it would result in a complete collapse of the global financial system, writes Marc Tenwick.

20th January, 2013
Marc Tenwick: 'It's baffling how so many economists believe that quantitative easing can end in 2013.'

It is now clear that central banks have no option but to continue implementing additional rounds of quantitative easing. Their biggest fear is a deflationary meltdown similar to 2008 and the 1930s.

Therefore they will continue to do whatever is needed in 2013, at whatever cost, to prevent a systemic collapse in the global banking system. Unfortunately, the eventual outcome of quantitative easing is the debasement (devaluing) of the world's major currencies - the dollar, pound,...

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