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Catch a Falling BRIC
A few years ago, investing in a BRIC market Brazil, Russia, India, or China seemed like a can't-lose investment
After Reverses, BRICs May offer Investment Opportunities
A few years ago, investing in a BRIC market — Brazil, Russia, India, or China — seemed like a can’t-lose investment: high returns, surprisingly low risks
London Starts to Thaw
Somewhere over the Thames, the vultures have begun to circle. With prices down as much as 50% in the past 18 months, London's offices look like a bargain
Securitization's Sole Survivor
Last year, mortgage securitization fell apart, taking with it some of the world's biggest banks and brokerage houses. But not in Denmark. Outside of a
What, Me Worry?
The world may be down $2 trillion and change in stock and debt losses for 2008, but that didn't stop retail rents from rising in some of the financial
Selling to the Sheikhs
It's a common real estate fantasy, but a good one. After years of struggling to unload a sinking portfolio, you find an Arabian investor who swoops in
Deal Spigot Runs Dry in Europe
Asked to speculate about what would happen after he died, Louis XIV quipped, After me, the flood. But now that some latter-day sun kings in London and
London Market Is Falling Down
Two years ago, when London was the center of the financial world, developers imagined a set of wild new skyscrapers to meet the demand. Now, London finance
What's Next for Sovereign Funds?
When large foreign investors and sovereign wealth funds state-owned investment funds composed of stocks, bonds and other financial instruments came to
No Place Like London
For years, fast-growing markets such as Shanghai and Istanbul were the best answer to most international investment questions. Now, as various parts of
Good Morning, Vietnam
During the Vietnam War, U.S. prisoners of war used to refer sarcastically to the infamous Ho Loa prison as the Hanoi Hilton.
A Gusher of Arab Investment
Global real estate investment by Arab investors will nearly double this year, to $22 billion, say analysts with commercial real estate services firm Jones
Protests in China Give Retailers Fits
In spite of the major Olympic-related protests outside French retailer Carrefour's hypermarkets this April, China retail experts say they don't expect
Interstate Proceeds With Caution in India
It's easy to understand why Interstate Hotels and Resorts and other Western developers see a subcontinent-sized opportunity in India. Not many countries
Turning Istanbul-lish
Until recently, Istanbul occupied almost no space in the minds of most Western real estate investors. Turkey's largest city was one of those places that
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