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Core Infrastructure Behavior In A Rising Inflation Expectations Environment

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  • It is interesting to observe the behaviour of Core Infrastructure and various ways to gain exposure to it: fixed income, multi-asset and equity.
  • After initially losing nearly 10% at the end of March 2020, the FTSE Fixed Income Core Infrastructure index bounced strongly, returning almost 20% since the March lows to the end of 2020.
  • Fixed income infrastructure bonds have underperformed their infrastructure multi-asset peers, however.

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By Sergiy Leysk, Director, Research

The arrival of inflation, dilemma of whether it is transitional and possible response strategies by bond investors have been covered in our recent blog (Inflation, the unwelcome house guest: here to

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