CAMmunique, April 2022

May 01, 2022
Cadiz Asset Management

What the Ukraine crisis means for commodities and inflation.

On the 24th of February 2022, the world watched in shock as Russia launched a fullscale military invasion of Ukraine, which has created uncertainty and heightened market olatility across the globe. Due to the contribution of both Russia and Ukraine to the global commodities market, prices have rallied on the fear that the conflict will limit their supply. Furthermore, price pressures linked to the supply side commodities shock have spurred new fears of heightened inflation and at the most extreme case, a scenario of stagflation – a period of subdued economic growth and elevated inflation.

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