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With government bonds yielding less than inflation, prices must fall at some point. Phil Oakley explains the impact of a crash and asks whether you should be dumping your bonds now.
By Bengt Saelensminde,
22 May 2013
Britain’s inflation figures are massaged to keep us from knowing what’s really going on, says Bengt Saelensminde. Here, he explains why, and what it means for your investments.
By John Stepek,
21 May 2013
Equities are enjoying a big bull run, so why are commodities stocks out of fashion? John Stepek investigates why everyone hates the sector, and asks whether now is the perfect time to buy in.
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