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European Economics > European Economics Weekly — Negative rates are no silver bullet on their ownEuropean Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Updates — When will Copenhagen industrial yields start to move down?European Economics > European Economic Outlook — Deflation dangers persistEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Danish central bank unlikely to tolerate further krone fallsEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Disparity in Nordic inflation rates to be sustained for nowEuropean Economics > European Economics Weekly — Stars still aligned for more ECB supportEuropean Economics > European Data Response — Swedish & Danish GDP (Q4)European Economics > European Economics Update — Danish mortgage market set to weather regulatory stormEuropean Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Updates — How good is the outlook for Copenhagen property?European Economics > European Economic Outlook — Deflation dangers cast shadow over recovery
European Economics > European Economics Weekly — The pitfalls in the euro-zone’s road to recoveryEuropean Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Updates — Copenhagen industrial market set to outperformEuropean Economics > European Data Response — Swedish & Danish GDP (Q3)European Economics > European Economics Weekly — Signs of growth convergence provide little comfortEuropean Economics > European Economics Focus — Will Denmark remain the Nordic laggard?European Economics > European Economic Outlook — Growth prospects improve, but crisis unresolvedEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — When will Denmark normalise monetary policy?European Economics > European Data Response — Danish GDP (Q2)European Economics > European Economics Update — Denmark to drag itself out of property slumpEuropean Economics > European Data Response — Danish GDP (Q1)
European Commercial Property > Non-euro European Commercial Property Chart Book — Scandinavian investment demand flat-liningEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Deleveraging in Denmark: what lessons for other Nordics?European Economics > European Economic Outlook — The crisis continuesEuropean Commercial Property > Non-euro European Commercial Property Chart Book — Emerging European property continues to lose its shineEuropean Economics > European Data Response — Danish GDP (Q4)European Economics > European Economics Update — Negative rates: lessons from DenmarkEuropean Economics > European Economic Outlook — Euro-zone recession to deepen in 2013European Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Updates — Copenhagen retail yields to resume upwards driftEuropean Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Updates — Will the Oslo-Stockholm all-property yield differential widen?European Economics > European Economic Outlook — A lull in the storm
European Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Updates — Will Danish industrial property continue to underperform?European Economics > European Economics Weekly — Bail-out talks are the next key hurdle for GreeceEuropean Commercial Property > Non-euro European Commercial Property Chart Book — Investors shun Emerging Europe in the first quarterEuropean Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Updates — RICS Global Survey too upbeat on Polish and Czech rental valuesEuropean Commercial Property > The Economic Drivers of European Commercial Property — Growth to disappoint as the euro-zone crisis drags onEuropean Economics > European Economic Outlook — Crisis unsolved as growth outlook darkensEuropean Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Updates — Are things starting to look up for the Copenhagen retail market?European Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Updates — Which European office markets are most at risk of oversupply?European Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Updates — Swedish industrial rental outperformance on shaky groundEuropean Commercial Property > Non-euro European Commercial Property Chart Book — Emerging European outperformance fading
European Economics > European Economic Outlook — Crunch year for the euro-zone?European Commercial Property > The Economic Drivers of European Commercial Property — Euro-zone departures to exacerbate the downturnEuropean Commercial Property > Non-euro European Commercial Property Chart Book — European property market is running out of bright spotsEuropean Economics > European Economic Outlook — Deepening crisis to prompt widespread recessionEuropean Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Updates — Relative pricing levels of Nordic retail markets set to shiftEuropean Economics > European Economic Outlook — Crisis deepens as slowdown spreads to the coreEuropean Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Updates — Nordic investment market attractive, but difficult to enterEuropean Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Updates — Copenhagen retail market looking increasingly overpricedEuropean Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Updates — Danish investment market to continue lagging Scandinavian recoveryEuropean Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Updates — Will Stockholm's prime office yield underperformance last?
European Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Updates — Strong rise in Danish property investment does not yet signal recoveryEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Scandinavian housing market recovery unlikely to lastEuropean Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Updates — Denmark 2009Q2 GDP points to prolonged occupier downturnEuropean Economics > European Economics Focus — Lessons from the Nordic financial crises of the 1990sEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Weaker currency prompts action by Danish central bank