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Shane Taylor

Asia-Pacific Head of Research and member of the Asia Pacific Management Team

CBRE GLOBAL INVESTORS ASIA-PACIFIC HEAD OF RESEARCH

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Asia Pacific Watch

Real estate replacement cost is the focus topic of this month's Asia Pacific Watch. As we undertake our twice-yearly forecasts of total returns there are many (...)

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Asia Pacific Watch

In spite of the negative media headlines which tarnished much of the region through 2013 and influenced the perceptions of some investors, last year proved to (...)

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U.S. Vision

Global Head of Research Dough Herzbrun often refer to the U.S. as “the most frustrating country in the world.”  Why?  The States have so much going (...)

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Asia Pacific Vision

As the dawn of a new year is about to break, all eyes are on the US Federal Reserve and its willingness to bring to an (...)

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European Vision - H2 2013

Europe is clearly back in the game. The financial crisis may not be over but a rapid change in sentiment and a reduction in downside risk (...)

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Global Vision - Q4 2013

There are two major economic stories that will color the real estate investment backdrop in every major market: the U.S. taper and the China rebalancing. As we (...)

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Global Vision - Q3 2013

The major economic story in 2013 has been the startling rebound in investor and consumer sentiment in Japan. Both the Nikkei 225 and consumer confidence are (...)

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Asia Pacific Vision - H1 2013

Despite a solid year of economic performance in 2012 amid global uncertainties of both the U.S. fiscal cliff and the Eurozone debt crisis, the Asia Pacific (...)

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North America Vision - Q2 2013

The U.S. economy is nothing if not resilient. The economy has weathered multiple challenges in the last few months, some more threatening than others. Fiscal cliff, (...)