Attractive dividend yields that grow at least in-line with inflation have long been a hallmark of global listed infrastructure investing. However, what are the characteristics of the asset class that provide for this component of total return, and how have these attributes compared to equities and bonds over time? How have these attributes fared during 2020 with the concerns from COVID-19 and the associated impact on the economy?
We discuss these issues as well as the outlook for the future of the asset class and the dividends they may generate.
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