Market returns are much worse when inflation is high, Goldman says. Here’s how to play it
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Inflation could happen and if history is any indicator, it could mean mediocre market returns, according to Goldman Sachs.
“The stock market tends to perform better during times of low inflation than when inflation is high,” Goldman chief US equity strategist David Kostin told clients on Monday.