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  1. Infrastructure equity in rising rate environment

    Infrastructure equity in rising rate environment

    This year in financial markets marks not only the return of volatility, but also rising interest rates – something investors had not seen for a decade. Naturally, this backdrop raises debates about a number of investments, among which infrastructure equity is no exception. This article discusses what rising rates mean for infrastructure stocks, and why the financial profile of these companies should not be viewed as bond-like in the context of rates.

  2. Connecting the world with “One Belt, One Road”

    Connecting the world with “One Belt, One Road”

    Widely known as the largest infrastructure initiative in Asia and beyond, One Belt One Road initiative was originally introduced by the Chinese President Xi Jinping in 2013, later renamed as Belt and Road initiative (BRI).

  3. Infrastructure:  The enormous US opportunity

    Infrastructure: The enormous US opportunity

    After over a decade of underinvestment in infrastructure, many countries globally are facing a situation where the gap of investments is having a negative impact on GDP growth and resulting in hazardous situations. Furthermore, technological advancements, such as electric and driverless cars, smart grids and renewable energy are driving the need for new investments

  4. Revival of European Infrastructure Expenditure

    Revival of European Infrastructure Expenditure

    Since the 2009 financial crisis most developed countries have scaled back on infrastructure spending. Public infrastructure investments in OECD countries are running at about 30% below historic norm. Global investments in transport, power, water and telecom are currently USD2.5 trillion annually.

  5. Toll Roads

    Toll Roads: One Possible Solution to Limited Public Finances

    The need for infrastructure spending is omnipresent, especially in the area of transportation. Credit Suisse Asset Management is examining ways to benefit from such opportunities e.g. listed companies that might profit from government contracts in the area of transportation.

  6. Airports: Central Hubs for Steadily Growing Air Traffic

    Election promises on fiscal policy in the US and Europe have given fresh impetus to infrastructure investments, especially since infrastructure maintenance and expansion have for years been restricted by limited financial resources.