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Worries over inflation are having an effect on how workers are saving and investing for retirement, a new study from MFS Investment Management has found.

The 2023 Global Retirement Survey queried more than 1,000 enrollees of defined contribution investment plans in the U.S., along with 3,000 investors on a global scale.  The study found that 60% of U.S. respondents said that inflation has caused them to think differently about retirement. In addition, 61% of American respondents report adopting more conservative investment strategies, when compared to workers in Canada, Australia, or the United Kingdom.

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