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Commercial Real Estate

The term commercial property (also called investment or income property) refers to buildings or land intended to generate a profit, either from capital gain or rental income.

Headlines Around the Web

Hilton eyes return to public market

Aug 08 - Financial Times

?Unitech arm UCP plans to sell IT SEZ for Rs 2,800cr

Jul 15, 2013 - The Times of India

Chinese vie to buy £800m London offices

Dec 24, 2012 - Financial Times

Commercial property loans in spotlight

Nov 30, 2012 - Financial Times

Archstone aims for $3.45bn IPO

Nov 20, 2012 - Financial Times

UBS to seek buyers for US mortgage debt

May 09, 2012 - Financial Times

CPPIB on commercial real estate tear

Feb 16, 2012 - Financial Post

Big business in former Games venue

Dec 05, 2011 - News.com.au

Articles About Commercial Real Estate

Real Estate Markets 'Recovering from the Recovery'

By IBTimes AU

A joint research conducted by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) and the Urban Land Institute (ULI) claimed that 2014 will be the year when real estate markets "recover from the recovery," as buoyed by steadily growing demand for commercial real estate properties. (Jul 01)

MORE TOPICS: RETAIL

BlackBerry Messenger for Android and iOS: How to Use BBM and Features Coming Soon
BlackBerry Places Real Estate Holdings on Sale; Shareprice Logs 30% Hike Since 2014 at TSX

By IBTimes AU

The questions posed by that YouTube uploader would probably be answered soon as embattled Canadian phonemaker BlackBerry is selling the bulk of its commercial real estate holdings in the country. It would combine vacant sales and sale-leaseback arran... (Jan 23)

MORE TOPICS: MANAGEMENT, BLACKBERRY

Aussie Banks' Stocks are World's Priciest Stocks

By IBTimes AU

A report from UBS revealed that Aussie bank stocks are the most expensive in the world (Dec 09)

MORE TOPICS: WESTPAC, JAPAN, AUSTRALIA, INDIA, SOUTH AFRICA, EMERGING MARKETS

UK vows jail for reckless bankers in bid to lift standards

By Reuters UK

Britain will adopt a raft of proposals aimed at raising standards at scandal-tainted banks, including the threat of prison for reckless bosses and greater scope to claw back bonuses and pensions. (Jul 09, 2013)

MORE TOPICS: BARCLAYS, ROYAL BANK OF SCOTLAND, BANK OF ENGLAND, MANAGEMENT, LAW FIRM

Factories rebound in June, but hiring down

By Reuters

Manufacturing activity grew last month, rebounding from an unexpected contraction in May, but hiring in the sector was the weakest in nearly four years, underscoring the challenges still facing the American economy. (Jul 02, 2013)

MORE TOPICS: FEDERAL RESERVE, MANUFACTURING, NEW YORK, PENNSYLVANIA, MANAGEMENT, LONDON

May construction spending approaches four-year high

By Reuters

Construction spending rose to its highest level in nearly four years in May as a sharp rebound in public outlays offset a decline in investment in private nonresidential projects, pointing to moderate economic growth. (Jul 02, 2013)

MORE TOPICS: GDP, INVESTMENT

Britain faces major obstacles to RBS break-up plan

By Reuters UK

Britain would face big obstacles to a break up of state-controlled Royal Bank of Scotland <RBS.L> and such a step might not achieve its ultimate aim of boosting lending to the economy, analysts and investors said. (Jun 21, 2013)

MORE TOPICS: ROYAL BANK OF SCOTLAND, ALISTAIR DARLING, BANK OF ENGLAND, MORTGAGE, LONDON

China's Wanda aims to launch $1 billion NY hotel project this year: chairman

By Reuters

Wanda Group, China's largest commercial real estate developer, aims to invest about $1 billion to build a five-star hotel in New York as its third major investment outside its home market, Chairman Wang Jianlin said on Tuesday. (Jun 19, 2013)

MORE TOPICS: CHINA, HSBC, NEW YORK, INVESTMENT, LONDON

Munger: hard to find Berkshire deals, 'raving mad' not to try

By Reuters

Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc <BRKa.N> <BRKb.N> would be "stark raving mad" to rule out another giant acquisition like its 2009 Burlington Northern takeover, but high prices have now made attractive targets scarce, its vice chairman said on Friday. (May 04, 2013)

MORE TOPICS: APPLE INC., ISRAEL, RETAIL, MANAGEMENT, QUANTITATIVE EASING, INVESTMENT

Analysis - Boosting European lending without banks

By Reuters UK

With a lack of bank lending to European businesses stifling the region's economy, sidestepping the middlemen - if not quite cutting them out altogether - is becoming more attractive. (May 01, 2013)

MORE TOPICS: GERMANY, BANK OF ENGLAND, MANAGEMENT, MORTGAGE