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The real world

4 March 2015 By Swaha Pattanaik

The illiquidity premium offered on assets such as real estate or infrastructure is attractive in a low-yield world. Low correlation with financial markets is a bonus. But too much money could end up chasing too few projects. It’s a recipe for mispricing risks.

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