IPE Real Assets September/October 2022: Infrastructure faces its next test

Richard Lowe - Editor IPE Real Assets

Among other attributes, infrastructure has always been billed as an asset class that can provide a stabilising influence on portfolios at times of volatility, disconnected from the swings of the public markets and – in many cases – economic cycles. This selling point was tested during the pandemic. Putting to one side the disruption to transport assets, which have subsequently recovered, it largely passed.

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