The global economy experienced a loss of momentum this past quarter, falling victim to fear and uncertainty. Blame it on geopolitical risk, especially global trade issues. Will CRE falter or flourish amidst the unease?
The Fed affirmed its newfound dovish stance last week by signaling that multiple rate cuts should arrive in 2019. That move seems geared toward what could happen if risks break to the downside, not what is happening.
The tame inflation readings for May emboldened those that believe rate cuts are necessary in 2019. Yet, underlying economic momentum does not appear weak enough to indicate their dire need.
While consumers and businesses remain upbeat, markets are growing increasingly concerned about the escalating trade war between the U.S. and China. The equity markets pulled back last week while the yield curve turned more inverted.
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An above-expectations end to 2018 boosted Q1 2019 performance, as office market dynamics firm before further supply delivers.
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After a very slow February in which only 33,000 net new jobs were added to the U.S. economy, the labor market returned to healthier expansion in March with 196,000 new jobs.
Multistory distribution centers are hitting the U.S. Consumer delivery expectations have logistics players reexamining all aspects of their distribution networks.
Coliving is a rising trend in multifamily real estate. How are companies using this model to add value to properties, fill vacancy and what should CRE investors pay attention to? Check out this infographic on coliving and commercial real estate to learn more.
The yield curve inversion riled up market participants last week, but by Friday it had ended. What are we to make of an imperfect recessionary signal?
An evolution – maybe even a revolution – is taking place in banking today. The branch of the past no longer meets the needs of today’s customer.