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Outlet centres in Czech Republic set to double. Get the full story in #Retail Therapy https://t.co/1kAD0SpKN6 #CRE pic.twitter.com/ntNEOVRZnr
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RT @KenMcCarthyecon: Best news in GDP report-Income growth is very strong-real after tax Q3 up 3.8%, best since 2006-great for retail, indu@CushWake
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Top 15 Chinese insurers to lead overseas #CRE #investment https://t.co/f0kcOtLhnJ pic.twitter.com/I9UpL3uCZt
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Chinese #insurers to deploy USD73bn in overseas #CRE by 2019. Read the full report https://t.co/f0kcOtLhnJ pic.twitter.com/3xSkdiVgOA
RT @CushWakeUK: The presence of #tech in #retail #CRE is becoming ever more prevalent and advanced https://t.co/rsPpe4jUSv pic.twitter.com/JQb3FETWVN
This paper investigates the amount of future capital to be invested overseas by Chinese Insurance companies, including the geographies and types of assets that they will target.
Cushman & Wakefield Research indicates the market growing from €3 billion in 2013 to €8 billion in 2014, the biggest ever year on year increase across the region. Market commentary across Europe, as well as US and Asian markets, reveal how the evolution of retail markets is happening at different speeds.
Retail MarketBeat is a brief summary of the Retail sector in key cities, providing comment on recent trends as well as market data and analysis of the impact on commercial real estate.
The ‘Main Streets Across the World’ report tracks over 500 of the top retail streets around the globe, ranking them by their prime rental value utilising Cushman & Wakefield’s proprietary data. The 27th edition of the report shows that rents have risen in 35% of streets around the world – despite the increased global uncertainty experienced over the past 12 months.
Healthy economic growth should support continuing improvement in demand for commercial real estate over the coming year, leading to significant absorption and declining vacancy rates.