European Commercial Property
European Commercial Property Update
This single-page publication contains in-depth analysis of economic, financial market or property specific developments and which draw out the implications for commercial property investment and occupier markets across Europe.
- Receive concise evaluations of new developments and current trends.
- Quickly understand complex issues and their implications.
- Benefit from our forward-looking, predictive analysis.
- 14 July, 2009 in Boost to industrial production not enough to prevent rental decline
- 1 July, 2009 in German occupier outlook darkens as jobs shake-out gathers pace
- 25 June, 2009 in Weaker currencies unlikely to halt Scandinavian property downturn
- 24 June, 2009 in Euro-zone PMIs suggest rental values will not stabilise this year
- 18 June, 2009 in Emerging Europe rental prospects still best in Poland and Czech Rep
- 16 June, 2009 in Poor labour market data emphasise weak outlook for rental values
- 12 June, 2009 in Were rental value falls a sign of things to come in Russia?
- 11 June, 2009 in Do office and retail property share a common fair-value benchmark?
- 5 June, 2009 in Euro-zone prime office yield convergence: a temporary phase?
- 2 June, 2009 in Why has Swiss commercial property been relatively resilient?
- 28 May, 2009 in Dutch capital values unlikely to fall as sharp as RICS survey suggests
- 21 May, 2009 in Fundamentals for French retail property are still relatively strong