The economic recovery has stalled and the near-term outlook is softer. Meanwhile, higher inflation is expected to bring interest rate hikes as early as December 2021, though we think that the pace of tightening will be fairly gradual. The post-COVID-19 property recovery has strengthened further across all sectors. But the rental outlook remains fragile, while we expect less assistance from falling yields after this year. As a result, we are close to the peak of capital value growth and performance will be much more subdued over 2022-25. Within this, industrial remains the standout, while London offices have the weakest returns.
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