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  • Anbang's pullout effect

    Discussing Anbang's dropped bid for Starwood Hotels and how it could affect real estate prices with Ken Cruse, co-founder of Alpha Wave Investors and former president & CEO of Sunstone Hotel Investors.

  • 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.

  • BEIJING, March 9- The world's first Westinghouse AP1000 nuclear reactor will go into operation in June next year, more than three years behind the original schedule, the head of China's leading state nuclear project developer said. "We are forecasting that if everything goes smoothly, the first unit will go into operation in June 2017, and the second unit at the end...

  • BEIJING, March 9- The world's first Westinghouse AP1000 nuclear reactor will go into operation in June next year, more than three years behind the original schedule, the head of China's leading state nuclear project developer said. "We are forecasting that if everything goes smoothly, the first unit will go into operation in June 2017, and the second unit at the end...

  • DUBAI, March 8- Dubai developers are pressing ahead with their construction plans despite expectations that property prices will fall yet further this year, undaunted by memories of a 2008 crash. But others worry about ripple effects from the dive in oil prices, even though Dubai is a small crude producer compared with fellow emirate Abu Dhabi, and wonder how all...

  • *Kashmir tunnel project had been awarded to IRB in January. NEW DELHI, March 2- India's transport minister Nitin Gadkari has cancelled a contract to build a $1.5 billion tunnel in the Himalayas, after opposition politicians alleged irregularities in the bidding for India's most expensive road project. IRB Infrastructure Developers Ltd won the right to build...

  • NEW YORK, March 1- Add the juggernaut that is Donald J. Trump to the list of what-ifs that is worrying Wall Street. A growing realization that the unpredictable New York real estate developer is in a position to win the Republican nomination and then battle Hillary Clinton for the White House in November's election has caused some investors to sell U.S. stocks.

  • 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.

  • STOCKHOLM, Feb 4- Construction firm Skanska reported on Thursday a stronger fourth-quarter profit than expected, helped by divestments at its commercial property development unit, but said some U.S. clients had delayed building orders recently. Skanska, for which the United States is its biggest market, reiterated a 12- month outlook for an overall positive...

  • Architects plan the world's tallest building

    AMBS Architects are designing the world's tallest building in the south of Iraq.

  • The $1.7 billion valuation Malaysia's troubled state investment fund put on a deal to sell property assets may be too high, the Financial Times reported.

  • Dubai development drops Trump

    A $6 billion golf community being built in Dubai is eliminating the 'Trump' brand.

  • Beachfront houses on the Gold Coast, Australia.

    Australia is attempting to let the air out of housing without deflating a vital source of economic growth or stressing indebted households.

  • Former Australian cricket captain Steve Waugh visits the Steve Waugh Foundation's Flagship project at Udayan to new extension to girls Building on August 6, 2013 in Kolkata, India. Udayan, is a rehabilitation home for children suffering from leprosy in colonies near Barrackpore.

    There is little cheer for property investors in India but one person has gone against the tide. Just who it is may be a surprise.

  • A view of the seaside mansion which was used as the U.S. consulate from 1957, and later renamed Lincoln House, is seen in Mumbai, India, September 14, 2015. Vaccine billionaire Cyrus Poonawalla has bought the former maharaja's mansion in Mumbai from the U.S. government for around 7.5 billion rupees ($113 million), newspapers reported, making it the most expensive ever residential purchase in the country.

    Apart from rare stratospheric deals, Mumbai's property market is ailing, as it pays the price of having too big a boom.

  • Singapore sovereign fund GIC takes a long view on real-estate plays, eyeing emerging markets despite recent turmoil, its property chief said.

  • Surges in London property prices have spurred calls the city is a bubble waiting to pop, but investors are still positive on the market.

  • Bid takers stand in front of a video screen with Amedeo Modigliani's 'Nu Couche,' November 9, 2015 at Christie's New York.

    Low interest rates, currency devaluation and a corruption crackdown have combined to drive wealth out of China. And it's not returning soon.

  • Asians and Russians who actively bought property in London's wealthiest areas have deserted the market, the Financial Times reports.

  • Here's where sovereign wealth funds are moving their money to

    Two of China's biggest real estate firms are seeking approval to raise about $7.37B in Shanghai listings as IPOs revive after a stock slump.