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Using Equities to Hedge Inflation? Tread With Care

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Thu, 15 Aug 2013

Historically, broad equity returns have not intrinsically provided a good hedge against inflation. Three key attributes may help companies withstand inflationary environments – pricing power, supply side advantages and a willingness and ability to sustain dividend hikes at a rate faster than inflat

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