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UNEVEN BUT MODEST RENT AND CAPITAL VALUE GROWTH

Global Rent and Capital Value Indices MarketView | Q2 2016

Summary

  • In Q2 2016 the global economy posted moderate growth (2.1%, year-on-year) despite the year’s turbulent start and the Brexit vote to leave the European Union.
  • Global capital values continued to outpace rents in Q2 2016. However, the overall pace of growth has weakened and become more uneven.
  • Capital value growth shows a loss of momentum in the office and retail sectors, and a gain in momentum in the industrial sector.

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Quarterly Change in Rent and Capital Values, Q2 2016


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Richard Barkham, Ph.D.
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Global Economist
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Global Rent and Capital Value Indices MarketView