How you can benefit from the global need for infrastructure
Consumer demand has rallied strongly in the past few months following the lockdowns of the last couple of years. Along with fresh bottlenecks in supply chains and the outbreak of the dramatic conflict in Ukraine, this has led to inflation rising rapidly around the world. Not only is inflation higher than expected, but it is also persisting for longer than originally predicted. Macro-economic trends are now following a familiar pattern: concerns about inflation are prompting central banks to raise interest rates, which in turn is fanning fears of a recession.