Commercial Property Deals Heading for 10-Year High
Commercial property transaction volume in 2016 will exceed 2006 levels, reaching $430 billion, according to a U.S. real estate forecast released Tuesday.
Germany Still Thorn in Side of Eurozone Banking Union
While in general German banks are stronger than others in the eurozone, stress tests could shine a light on a few exceptions.
Is France’s Economy a Surprise Threat to Eurozone?
The “bad boys” of the southern Eurozone, Greece, Spain and Italy, have gotten most of the attention when it comes to a possible Eurozone breakup, but the real threat may lie in an unexpected direction.
PIMCO’s El-Erian Warns on Small-Business Hit From Hurricane Sandy
El-Erian pinpoints four Frankenstorm outcomes—some of them positive, some of them negative, and with one big question mark from Congress.
Best 5 Investment Picks for Midyear 2012
Investors worried about where to put their money these days have a number of opportunities to consider. Here's what the experts are saying about good investments in midyear 2012.
Alternatives & Annuities: The Right Mix for Advisors?
It’s a new world when it comes to baking alternative investments into variable-annuity contracts, experts say.
3 REIT Sectors That Beat S&P 500
While the S&P 500 did better than REITs for the first quarter of 2012, over the 12-month period ending March 31, REITs actually performed better than the market, thanks in part to dividends.
Discipline, Balance and an Increasing Dividend: Keys to a Retail REIT’s Success
Discipline and balance: These are the key principles behind the strategy at Federal Realty Investment Trust, a REIT that specializes in high-quality retail properties.