Institutional Real Estate Asia Pacific

April 1, 2019: Vol. 11, Number 4

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Asia Pacific

China expert roundtable: Investing in a time of greater uncertainty

Signs point to a slowing global economy, with the ongoing trade dispute between the United States and China continuing to rattle world markets, although potential negotiations progress appeared in late February. As investors grapple with these events, Institutional Real Estate Asia Pacific senior editor Jennifer Molloy recently asked a number of experts on China their opinions about the country’s property markets and prospects for the future.

Asia Pacific

Capital controls: Changing trends for institutional and high-net-worth investors have implications for Trump’s trade war and economic volatility

The boom of Chinese investment in US commercial real estate, which lasted from 2014–2017, has been largely curtailed by China’s enactment of foreign exchange currency controls. But what are the actual effects of this policy, and what do the Chinese government’s underlying motivations tell us about when we can expect capital controls to end?

Asia Pacific

Only connect: Themes from the 2019 VIP Americas conference

From technology to economics, connection was the theme at Institutional Real Estate, Inc’s 2019 Visions, Insights & Perspectives (VIP) Americas conference in Carlsbad, California, this January. One message from keynote speakers and panelists was that human connections with family and friends will drive economic growth and real estate demand.

Asia Pacific

February sees pause in property stock strong performance

After racing out the gate to start 2019 on record pace, both Asia Pacific and global property stocks took a pause in February. The reduced performance of 0.2 percent and –1.2 percent, respectively, during the month primarily was driven by a more pronounced risk-off trade within the equities market due to reduced trade tensions between China and the United States — as well as supportive monetary policies, particularly in the United States and China.

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