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Research - SEPTEMBER 12, 2019

U.S. capital flows moderate from record 2018 levels

by Andrea Zander

With the longest global economic expansion on record, international investors face an increasingly complex calculus in identifying cost-effective opportunities for potential downturn protection, slowing cross-border capital flows, reported CBRE.

Inbound capital to the United States during the first half 2019 was down by 48 percent from the first half 2018 (about half of this decline was due to less merger & acquisitions activity), and U.S. outflows were down by 18 percent.

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