Pent-Up Shopping Demand Fuels Surge In Retail Leasing

February 4, 2011

leasing and occupancy of U.S. malls and shopping centers continued to improve across the country in fourth-quarter 2010

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Markets Should Prepare for Higher Inflation, Interest Rates

January 30, 2011

Commodity prices have been surging in recent months. In 2010, the global Commodity Price Index for fuel (energy) climbed 21%, for food 27% and for industrial inputs, including raw materials and metal, a whopping 31%. Yet headline inflation and core prices, excluding food and energy in the United States, have been tame, up just 1.1% and 0.8%, respectively. And in November the Fed was worried about deflation. So, where does the disconnect lie?

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Miami’s Commercial Real Estate Market

January 14, 2011

Miami’s commercial real estate market may not be leading the rebound, but it’s not bringing up the rear either.

That was the message delived by real estate economist Hugh Kelly at the Commercial Real Estate Women 2011 Economic Outlook luncheon Tuesday at the Four Seasons Hotel.

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