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A cornucopia of specialty retailers took it on the chin on Friday after the group showed signs of life on Thursday.
Shares of several retailers rode the coattails of Nordstrom and Dick's Sporting Goods on their favorable earnings releases Thursday, but Friday offers a mixed bag.
Check out the stocks of these landlords and developers if you're looking to play the world's most-expensive office markets - 70% of which are in Asia.
Mainland developers have already set records for raw land in Hong Kong and are buying plots at new highs in Singapore. Where's next?
Hong Kong developer Henderson Land outbid eight rivals, and for once outspent mainland competitors, in landing the first significant office plot in Central in two decades.
Hong Kong's record-breaking property market is at levels that are virtually triple the lows seen during the Lehman bust. Mainland property companies still think they're a bargain.
Rising wages and a push to spur consumption have made China less attractive as a production site. Manufacturers are looking South and East as a result, as investors should note.
Japanese big business is terrified of losing its competitive edge in Europe.
Japan's hospitality industry was once a no-go area for investors. But interest has skyrocketed heading toward the Games.
Hong Kong's retail sales are horrible, down double digits in a year.
Tokyo and Sydney ditched for speculative plays, a new report shows.
Confusion reigns in China, where property buyers have no idea what to make of the Brexit vote.
Chinese investors may be the biggest Brexit beneficiaries.
Prime office rents are the highest in the world in Hong Kong, but under heavy pressure.
Singapore has a crisis of confidence in its property that could lead to a buying opportunity.
CEOs and CFOs of JLL. RLGY and HT are buying. You should, too.
Cushman & Wakefield and DTX are privately held, but JLL isn't.
These two firms get high grades from two rigorous strategies.