Sean Segar, Katie Falconi & Ian Ferguson: Day 2 Closing Remarks

Katie Falconi, Managing Director of Fitch Ratings Credit Policy Group, outlines why inflation risk is one of the key risks they are keeping an eye on, primarily because of the impact it has on policy and structural demand in the US and the knock-on effects for Emerging Markets, such as South Africa.

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