24 November 2016
But a lot has happened in the past 12 months, and today the economy is facing a very different set of problems.
While CPI inflation currently stands at 0.9 per cent, the Bank of England forecasts it will hit 2.7 per cent by late next year, while think tank NIESR believes it will have grown to 4 per cent.
Mike Pinggera, Senior Fund Manager, Multi-Strategy, talks to the Daily Mail about how investing in alternative assets can provide act as an inflationary hedge for investors.
Read the full Daily Mail article.