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  • Emaar launches luxury development at Harrods

    Emaar launches luxury development at Harrods.

  • Online banking is disrupting the traditional retail model of bank branches

    Europe's business leaders may recognise the need to evolve to take on the disruptors, but they're not moving quickly enough, experts warn.

  • It's about to get a little more convenient for New York City tourists to get Flat-Top Dogs and Fair Shakes.

  • Sansiri

    Cobby Leathers from real estate firm Sansiri says freehold condominiums remain the most transparent and tradable asset in Thailand.

  • The health of the US housing market

    Mohamed Mansour, co-chairman of Mansour Group and chairman of Man Capital, talks about building and investing in U.S. real estate.

  • Cracks in real estate

    Around $400 billion in commercial mortgage-backed securities are set to mature in 2016 and 2017 but spreads are no longer favorable to investors, reports CNBC's Diana Olick.

  • A customer, left, hands over U.S. twenty dollar bills as she pays for her purchases in Frankfurt, Kentucky.

    The net worth of households rose in the fourth quarter, a sign households were on solid ground before the market turmoil this year.

  • Workers sew clothing with sewing machines at the Esquel Group garment factory at the Vietnam-Singapore Industrial Park in Thuan An, Binh Duong province, Vietnam.

    Despite a difficult year in 2015, these three countries are poised for growth and offer solid investment opportunities, says Asha Mehta.

  • Consumers are very resilient: CEO

    David Fischel, CEO of Intu, talks about the strength of the U.K. consumer, their spending patterns and shares his outlook for U.K. retail.

  • Real estate and the US economy

    Mike Thompson, managing director and chairman of S&P’s Investment Advisory Services, says U.S. consumers are putting spare cash into real estate.

  • Westfield's Steve Lowy says after the Westfield-Scentre split, the two companies have benefitted by being more focused on different regions.

  • How's Asian luxury real estate coming along?

    Ong Chih Ching, executive chairman of KOP, discusses how she started out in the ultra-luxury real estate development space, with CNBC's Managing Asia.

  • What you don't know about KOP's chairman

    CNBC uncovers several impersonal and fun facts about Ong Chih Ching, executive chairman of KOP.

  • RIP Toys R Us: Retailers can expect to keep shelling out for a presence in Times Square because of the exposure it provides.

  • At a property trade fair in Beijing, China

    China's property sector has long spurred fears it's a bubble waiting to pop, but Singapore-based developer CapitaLand is sticking with its bets there.

  • CapitaLand: We're realistic players in a long game

    Arthur Lang, CFO at CapitaLand, says even though China's short-term outlook is worrying, he is optimistic about the long-term underlying fundamentals.

  • 2016’s top trends in real estate

    Real estate investors would rather flock to Dallas, Nashville and Atlanta, than New York in 2016. Mitch Roschelle, real estate advisory leader at PwC explains why with PwC's 2016’s predictions.

  • China home prices continue upward trend

    House prices have risen solidly in China's tier one cities but lower tier cities still have high inventory to sales ratios, says Helen Qiao, greater China chief economist at BofAML.

  • Will Fed hike hurt HK property market?

    Nicholas Brooke, chairman of Professional Property Services Group, explains why a likely Fed rate hike will only have an initial knee-jerk reaction on Hong Kong's property market but no serious impact.

  • Talking Bruce Smith Inc.

    Bruce Smith, former NFL defensive end and current President, Bruce Smith Enterprises, discusses his business ventures in real estate.

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