Asian investors continue to pour capital into New York City, seeking higher returns and a safe haven for cash.
From the Current Issue
October was quite a month. Coming off of a very difficult third quarter, global equities had their best month since October 2011, while listed real estate — globally and in the Asia Pacific region — had stellar returns, as well.
Results from the 2015 Global Real Estate Sustainability Survey and regional snapshots indicate, although much work remains, the real estate industry is experiencing a trend toward greater involvement and transparency in environmental, social and governance issues.
As September approached, no one was feeling good about the economy. Stock markets across the globe had experienced double-digit declines, wiping out any gains for 2015.
The Republic of Singapore’s economy, and particularly its property market, has been one of the worst performers in Asia and, indeed, the entire world.
By 2030, the purchasing power of the E7 group of countries will overtake that of the G7, and as of this year, Asia Pacific’s middle class will be larger than Europe’s and North America’s combined.
Risk, one of the themes featured in our publications, has been defined as the product of the fact more things can happen than will happen.
How do you make big decisions? Do you study the data, or are you more likely to decide based on instinct and past experiences?