How should the ECB, the Fed and company react in the midst of a tense global situation and inflation at record highs? Fast and aggressive or rather reserved? Portfolio manager Ingmar Przewlocka answers these and other questions in the current episode of the “Think. Oh Sink.” in conversation with DAS INVESTMENT editor Peter Ehlers.
“Think. Or Sink.” Podcast: Peter Ehlers talks with Ingmar Przewlocka about inflation and how central banks should react.
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To think. or go under is THE investment talk with Peter Ehlers, the founder and publisher of DAS INVESTMENT. Peter regularly speaks with various experts on interesting topics related to finance, markets and investments. The interlocutors are well-known and not so well-known experts, the “hidden experts”. The goal behind it: to impart useful and exciting financial knowledge in simple language. This always includes surprising and unconventional themes.
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private banking congress 2022 in hamburg – we were there from the start and spared no effort to get another first-class guest for an expert refreshment in our podcast van. DAS INVESTMENT Editor Peter Ehlers talks with Ingmar Przewlocka, Senior Portfolio Manager Multi-Asset at Schroders, about central bank interest rate policy and its impact on the global market. How should the ECB, the Fed and company react in the midst of a tense global situation and inflation at record highs? Fast and aggressive or rather reserved? The experienced portfolio manager finds more than clear words on this…but hear it for yourself.
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