LONDON TO A BRICK

Mining, inflation and the Big Hedge

In the City, some are calling the FTSE 100 “the big hedge” as there’s a widely held view that inflation, while hitting miners’ costs like everyone else’s, affects the sector less than others. And with miners over-represented by the index, what better place to invest?

Richard Wachman
Mining, inflation and the Big Hedge

  Byline: Robert Wachman Text: If we believe miners represent both a growth story (the green transition) and a buffer against high prices, the Footsie could outperform other indices as it did...

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