‘Reflation-mania’ sweeps the stock market | Charts that Count

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The reflation trade – which assumes a successful vaccine rollout, pent-up demand and fiscal stimulus will boost economic growth and prices – has dominated markets. The FT’s Robert Armstrong explains why investors have embraced ‘reflation-mania’ and what it means for different stocks.

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