Inflation is a mere slight breeze returning to Western economies, but in some emerging countries it is back in earnest. Philip Poole, HSBC's global head of investment strategy, explains to Stefan Wagstyl, emerging markets editor, how the recent commodity shock has triggered sharper inflation in some emerging economies and how loose Western monetary policy has exacerbated this.
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