British bond emboldens investors to benefit from privatized water

LONDON – A note set to mature in 2014 now encourages investors to make a profit from water. As consumption habits change, companies hope to reap the yields in economies worldwide, announces Reuters.

Fund manager DDQ is convinced that water will continue to be profitable due to a “deficient and ageing water supply and water treatment infrastructure requiring substantial government-supported investment.”

“Major water companies are well placed to benefit from this investment,” DDQ reports.

“The fundamentals for water suggest rising demand and shortage of supply worldwide-creating substantial opportunities for profitable investment,” claims chief executive at DDQ, Mark Mathias.

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Source: Reuters

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