News about Property issue #24

12/03/2010
Third Week of Bond OutflowsBarron’s (blog)This comes despite signs of aversion to risk, given the ongoing debt crisis in Europe, uncertainty about US fiscal policy, China's efforts to keep propert more…
12/03/2010
The GuardianEurope's heritage at risk from economic crisisThe GuardianAt the same time, the bursting of the country's property bubble has taken away an important source of cash for the conserv more…
12/03/2010
Third Week of Bond OutflowsBarron’s (blog)This comes despite signs of aversion to risk, given the ongoing debt crisis in Europe, uncertainty about US fiscal policy, China's efforts to keep propert more…
12/03/2010
Property investors bullish on emerging Asia, LatamReuters… over those of Europe, a survey said on Friday. About 100 delegates at the annual Thomson Reuters Global Property Outlook conference were as more…
12/03/2010
Commercial prop. debt squeeze to benefit REITs, JVsLondon South EastLONDON, Dec 3 (Reuters) – Well-capitalised listed property companies in Europe could come into their own next year, benefiting from more…
12/03/2010
Severe Snowstorms and Intense Winter Weather Cripple EuropeAllMediaNYIn many post-communist countries, such as the Czech Republic and Poland, municipal governments fail to enforce laws requiring prope more…
12/03/2010
Daily MailAustralia's still a winner As England battle to retain The Ashes, life Down …Daily MailIn Melbourne, the average cost of a house is £354000, according to Australian Property Monitors, more…
12/03/2010
Sydney Morning HeraldClinton says Iran, North Korea could spark arms racesReutersFull Article | Video US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton arrives at the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in more…
12/03/2010
Spear’s WMSCentral London house prices riseMyIntroducer.com… and the volume of new applicants from Europe looking to buy in central London has risen 23% year-on-year – is that London property is a more…
12/03/2010
Where international buyers live in LondonCountry Life… and the revolutions of the late 19th century brought refugees from across Europe. Today, the city's benign tax regime and gold-standard pro more…
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