Fast rising inflation has forced countries and central banks to change their plans for economic growth, Compelling them to increase policy rates and tighten liquidity. US Consumer price Index surged to 9.1% in June 2022, highest since November 1981. Federal Bank which was on Quantitative Easing from 2008 to 2021 is reversing its stance and now on Quantitative Tightening. As almost all the major economies are going for tightening, no body knows the outcome of this. QE has massively enhanced the role of central banks in financial markets, thus distorting the process of asset pricing.