Risk bubbles are deflating everywhere, some market watchers say

Valuations across asset classes are dropping as investors brace for inflation impact.

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For those concerned that the decade-long super-easy monetary policy has created asset bubbles around the world, the first signs of trouble may be in the making for inflated markets.

To Bank of America strategists including Michael Hartnett, bubbles are "simultaneously popping" in assets including cryptocurrencies, palladium, long-duration technology stocks, and other historically risky areas of the market. The winding down in speculative areas comes as investors brace for the US Federal Reserve to pick up the pace of policy tightening.

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