Impact of Russia-Ukraine war ripples across real assets
Head of Real Assets Multi-Strategy Vince Childers discusses how specific areas of real assets will be impacted by the Russia-Ukraine war including commodities, resource equities, listed infrastructure and global real estate in a byline for Investment Week.
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July 28, 2022
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