Most central banks will not alter diversification due to high inflation

Over 63% of central banks do not plan changes, while almost 27% are discussing modifications

Most central banks do not plan to modify their strategic asset allocations due to higher inflation, data from Reserve Benchmarks 2022 finds.

In total, more than 63% of participating institutions report this new macroeconomic environment is not prompting changes to their pre-existing plans for diversification. “Higher inflation will lead to positive interest rates again after a long period of negative rates,” says one high-income central bank from Europe. “This will enable a higher share of

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