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Economic data continued to show signs of a strong rebound from the COVID-19-induced lows of the second quarter, albeit the rebound continued to moderate. Infections continued to grow, although resulting mobility restrictions were targeted rather than general, thus mobility remained largely unchanged.
Monetary policy remained easy, with governments continuing to support economies. Bond rates are expected to remain low for a significant period, with the U.S. announcing an average inflation targeting framework.
The RARE Global Infrastructure Index seeks to provide focused exposure to infrastructure companies by analysing the actual sources of corporate cash flows rather than high-level industry classifications.
General equities performed strongly during August, supported by ongoing easy monetary policy. Global infrastructure, including our Global Listed Infrastructure funds, underperformed general equities.
Top performing stocks for the quarter included American midstream company Cheniere, American rail company Union Pacific, Australian toll road company Transurban and American comms companies Crown Castle and American Tower.
Top performing stocks for the quarter included American renewables companies Nextera Energy Partners, Clearway Energy and TerraForm Power, Australian toll road company Transurban and American electric company Dominion Energy.
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