The latest edition of An Economist and A Financier sees evidence for optimism in the continuing upturn in the economy. Dr Neil Blake and Graham Barnes discuss easing conditions in the Eurozone, growth in full-time employment figures, the increase in consumer demand, and great news for retail.
The latest edition of An Economist and A Financier looks at opportunities within the volatile recovery trend revealed by an index of UK real estate equity prices since 2003, and debates whether recent positive economic indicators could be affected by external threats.
The latest edition of An Economist and A Financier examines the recent performance of listed real estate stocks, and analyses the meaning of the latest GDP and employment figures for commercial real estate supply and demand.
CBRE, the global commercial real estate services firm, today announced it has launched a UK apprenticeship scheme, the first of its kind in the property sector, which will offer a route into an industry that has traditionally only recruited university graduates.
The latest edition of An Economist and A Financier looks behind the headlines at the current and future direction of capital flows, and explores whether early indicators of economic recovery in Europe will translate to growth in H2.
CBRE’s latest Monthly Index was largely unchanged to the end of January 2013. The All UK Property segment recorded a total return of 0.3% in the month, unchanged from December with annual total returns picking up slightly to 2.1%. Capital values continued to slip, declining 0.2% in January, which was also a repeat of the declines recorded in the final two months of 2012.
In a new blog, CBRE's Dr. Neil Blake and Graham Barnes analyse the latest macroeconomic and capital markets factors that shape and influence commercial real estate markets in the UK, providing two views of one world.
The first edition of An Economist & A Financier looks forward into the themes which are likely to shape 2013.