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Findings from an academic study that focused on investing in listed infrastucture entities

Wednesday, October 17, 2007
If you are looking to identify infrastructure investment opportunities: consider a country’s macro economic stability, its legal and political environment and its demographic profile..

A SQUARE :: 17Oct07 Findings from an academic study that focused on investing in listed infrastucture entities
Category Infrastructure
Author Sona Blessing
In identifying specific securities within a chosen infrastructure sector it is important to review the level of leverage, market capitalisation, the future prospects, the rules and regulations and the country’s return on capital employed (ROCE).
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