Look to apartments during periods of high inflation
Our analysis of property total returns and inflation suggest that the apartment sector is best positioned to weather the inflation storm in the US. While there is some variation by city, most US cities we analysed had apartment returns that were relatively well insulated when acyclical inflation is high nationally.
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Ongoing lockdowns and restrictions in China have prompted us to lower our Chinese GDP growth forecast for this year and become more pessimistic about the easing of global supply chain bottlenecks. Therefore, we have lowered our global GDP growth forecasts by 0.4ppts to 3% in 2022 and by 0.1ppt to 3.1% in 2023.
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