According to CNBC, a US economic media outlet, survey results show that 7 out of 10 professional investors on Wall Street view the recent inflation as a temporary phenomenon.

According to CNBC, in a survey conducted by the US investment bank Bank of America (BoA) with 224 professional investors, including fund managers, from the 4th to the 10th, 73% of respondents said that the inflation was temporary.

This is in line with the recent view of the US central bank, the Federal Reserve (Fed), which views inflation concerns as low.

23% of respondents believe that inflation will be long-lasting rather than temporary.

J.P. Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon said at a teleconference hosted by Morgan Stanley on the 14th that "I think it's very likely that inflation is more than temporary, so I have a lot of cash"