We expect reasonable growth from global markets this year but within a more volatile environment. We do, however, expect that these headwinds will eventually slow global activity, likely causing growth around the world to disappoint in late 2019 and early 2020.

Though equities outperformed the listed property sector as an asset class, Stanlib's head of property funds, Keillen Ndlovu, gives a compelling reasons to include listed property in investors' portfolios.

The IPD South Africa Annual Property Index pinpoints warning signs about where the most risk is in the market, and highlights market leading performance in different regions, sectors and property types.

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Listed properties jump 7,5% in value

The listed property sector has bounced back from its low in the middle of last month, rising 7,5% in value

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