Investors ought to snap up shares uncovered to extra prosperous customers as inflationary pressures develop, based on UBS. UBS’ fairness strategists discovered that shares uncovered to higher-income customers outpaced shares tilted towards lower-income customers by 5% for the reason that finish of April, the notice out on Tuesday mentioned. Shoppers with larger financial savings and extra disposable earnings are capable of spend on luxurious items regardless of the rise in meals and gasoline costs. “While the initial consumer spending surge was driven by the reopening theme, we expect another theme to emerge driven by higher income household spending relative to lower income” households, the report mentioned. “This should support premium/luxury vs value brands too as more consumption moves up the quality scale,” the report continued. A seek for shares that would profit as costs proceed to rise returned dozens of names. UBS screened for shares with a luxurious theme. The agency’s strategists then reviewed shares by beta sensitivity within the fortieth percentile from the highest and backside, statistical significance of the beta (T-stat > 2.0), and screened for market caps higher than $1 billion. Here are 10 names that surfaced in UBS’ display: (Source: UBS) Cosmetics firm Coty is about to learn from a higher-income shopper. Shares spiked greater than 5% Tuesday after Coty reaffirmed its current-quarter and full-year outlook. Macy’s is getting a lift from buyers who’re snapping up new outfits and luxurious items. The retailer beat earnings and gross sales expectations in its most up-to-date quarter Nike has the pricing energy to cross on larger prices to customers. The sportswear model faces challenges from Covid lockdowns in China, however Stifel analysts nonetheless reiterated the inventory as a purchase earlier this month. Other names that surfaced embody Under Armour , Victoria’s Secret , Nordstrom, Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings , Ulta , Chipotle and Simon Property Group . UBS’ strategists additionally discovered names which have extra publicity to lower-income customers: Stocks with lower-income shopper publicity embody Abercrombie and Fitch . Last month, the attire retailer reported stock was up 45% in its most up-to-date quarter from the identical interval one yr in the past. Abercrombie and Fitch reduce its gross sales forecast for the yr. Fast-food restaurant Yum! Brands has publicity to lower-income customers. Last month, UBS reiterated the Pizza Hut and Taco Bell proprietor as a purchase because of its scale and aggressive positioning. Other shares with publicity to decrease earnings customers included Gap , Ollie’s , Six Flags , Kohl’s , Carnival Corporation , Dollar General , Five Below and Wendy’s .