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European Economics > European Economics Weekly — Negative rates are no silver bullet on their ownEuropean Economics > European Economic Outlook — Deflation dangers persistEuropean Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Updates — What effect will the weaker krone have on Oslo industrial rents?European 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 Economics Update — Slide in Norwegian krone may not be over yetEuropean Economics > European Economic Outlook — Deflation dangers cast shadow over recoveryEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Norway set for several years of below-trend growthEuropean Economics > European Economics Weekly — The pitfalls in the euro-zone’s road to recoveryEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Norwegian interest rates on hold until at least mid-2015
European Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Updates — Are Norwegian property values poised to spike again?European Economics > European Data Response — Norwegian GDP (Q3)European Economics > European Economics Weekly — Signs of growth convergence provide little comfortEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Norway's housing boom is endingEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Swedish and Norwegian rates on hold until 2015European Economics > European Economic Outlook — Growth prospects improve, but crisis unresolvedEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Norges Bank unlikely to hike before end-2014European Economics > European Economics Update — What would a new government mean for Norway?European Economics > European Data Response — Norwegian GDP (Q2)European Economics > European Economics Update — Norwegian rate cut still likely despite FX depreciation
European Economics > European Economics Update — Norges Bank rate cut still a possibilityEuropean Economics > European Economics Focus — Will Sweden & Norway lose their shine?European Economics > European Data Response — Norwegian GDP (Q1)European Commercial Property > Non-euro European Commercial Property Chart Book — Scandinavian investment demand flat-liningEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Norges Bank will be forced into a cut by end-2013European Economics > European Economics Update — Falling oil prices highlight Norway’s long-term problemsEuropean Economics > European Economic Outlook — The crisis continuesEuropean Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Updates — How will FX rates influence Nordic and Swiss property values?European Economics > European Economics Update — Norges Bank will continue to push back rate hikesEuropean Commercial Property > Non-euro European Commercial Property Chart Book — Emerging European property continues to lose its shine
European Economics > European Economics Update — Norway’s housing boom won’t force rates higherEuropean Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Updates — Should office and retail yields in Oslo be lower?European Economics > European Data Response — Norwegian GDP (Q4 12)European Economics > European Economics Weekly — Mariodona’s words won’t be enoughEuropean Economics > European Economic Outlook — Euro-zone recession to deepen in 2013European Economics > European Data Response — Norwegian GDP (Q3)European Economics > European Economic Outlook — A lull in the stormEuropean Commercial Property > Non-euro European Commercial Property Chart Book — Emerging Europe – at a turning point?European Economics > European Data Response — Norwegian GDP (Q2)European Economics > European Economics Weekly — Bail-out talks are the next key hurdle for Greece
European Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Updates — Are we too downbeat on Norwegian retail rental values?European Commercial Property > Non-euro European Commercial Property Chart Book — Investors shun Emerging Europe in the first quarterEuropean Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Updates — A brighter outlook for Oslo office rents?European Economics > European Data Response — Norwegian GDP (Q1)European 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 Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Updates — Are real estate equities understating the risks for 2012?European Economics > European Economic Outlook — Crisis unsolved as growth outlook darkensEuropean 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 ground
European Commercial Property > Non-euro European Commercial Property Chart Book — Emerging European outperformance fadingEuropean 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 — Oslo office rental outperformance close to an endEuropean Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Updates — Relative pricing levels of Nordic retail markets set to shiftEuropean Economics > European Data Response — Norwegian GDP (Q2)European 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 enter
European Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Updates — Danish investment market to continue lagging Scandinavian recoveryEuropean Economics > European Data Response — Norwegian GDP (Q4)European Economics > European Data Response — Norwegian GDP (Q2)European Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Updates — Will Stockholm's prime office yield underperformance last?European Economics > European Data Response — Norwegian GDP (Q1)European Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Updates — Has the recovery in Norwegian industrial yields got ahead of itself?European Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Updates — Easing credit availability supporting Norwegian investment recoveryEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Norges Bank strikes a more cautious toneEuropean Economics > European Data Response — Norwegian GDP (Q4)European Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Updates — Norway: property outlook bright, but beware of downside risks
European Economics > European Economics Update — Scandinavian housing market recovery unlikely to lastEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Norges Bank becomes the third central bank to raise ratesEuropean Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Updates — Oslo office take-up improves, but further rental falls still likelyEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Norges Bank becoming more hawkishEuropean Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Updates — Weaker currencies unlikely to halt Scandinavian property downturnEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Norwegian interest rates may have troughedEuropean Economics > European Economics Focus — Lessons from the Nordic financial crises of the 1990sEuropean Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Updates — Have Norwegian property yields peaked?European Economics > European Economics Update — Norwegian interest rates unlikely to fall much furtherEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Norwegian rates close to their trough
European Economics > European Economics Update — Norges Bank cuts rates and signals further falls to comeEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Norges Bank cuts rates; more to comeEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Norges Bank responds to inflation concernsEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Norges Bank signals the possibility of a further rate rise