|Statement||Bruno Giussani, Marshall Hsia and Sotiris Tsolacos.|
|Series||Discussion papers in urban and regional economics. Series C vol.5 (1992/93) / University ofReading -- No.77|
|Contributions||Hsia, Marshall., Tsolacos, Sotiris.|
All-property rental growth eased across most markets in , but the slowdown was concentrated in the retail sector. Admittedly, the Swiss markets remain a bright spot as prime retail rents increased in But there is no denying the retail sector in the Scandinavian markets has so far been hit the hardest, especially when compared Continue reading "Scandinavia & Switzerland: Retail. Economic Growth, Political Uncertainties Make For A Mixed Outlook In Global Property Markets Bisnow Former Contributor Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. Europe’s commercial real estate markets are in better shape than at any time since the global financial crisis, according to new research. The Eurozone is showing good economic growth for the first time in many years and this is creating more stability and growth, particularly in . Ireland’s economy to contract by 8% this year, European Commission forecasts Spring economic forecast is ‘clouded by a higher than usual degree of uncertainty’ Wed, May 6, ,
Critical to Western Europe's success was the security of private property rights and reliance on the price mechanism. But the rapid growth of the postwar golden age depended on . With regards to commercial property, UK REIT prices have bounced back somewhat in recent weeks following the initial shock of the referendum vote to leave the EU. The RICS Commercial Property Market Survey shows a substantial fall in investor demand and expectations for capital growth in light of the increased uncertainty. Terms-of-trade uncertainty and economic growth Enrique G. Mendoza * Department of Economics, Duke University, Durham, NC , USA Received 4 September ; accepted 18 April Abstract This paper examines a stochastic endogenous growth model in which terms-of-trade uncertainty affects savings and growth. Across the country, the coronavirus outbreak is beginning to affect real estate decision-making with the greatest impact to commercial property markets likely to .
Ireland’s economic outlook ‘clouded in uncertainty’, EU warns If Brexit or tax reform don’t undermine growth, economy is at risk of overheating Wed, , The UK property sector will continue to perform solidly, despite the ongoing economic and political unknowns, according to CBRE’s Market Outlook report. CBRE’s Market Outlook forecasts continuing economic growth for the UK, despite the uncertainties caused by Brexit. The FT Property Summit, now in its 12 th year, takes place at a time of significant change. Investors, occupiers, lenders and developers will debate the key trends shaping the commercial and residential markets in an economic and technological environment that is creating major challenges for the industry while also presenting opportunities for growth. The UK property sector will continue to perform solidly, despite the ongoing economic and political unknowns, according to CBRE’s Market Outlook report published today. CBRE’s Market Outlook forecasts continuing economic growth for the UK, despite the uncertainties caused by Brexit. The report argues that those uncertainties are lik.