Worldwide Commercial Real Estate Industry to 2024 – Key External Drivers

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The Global Commercial Real Estate (CRE) industry has grown tepidly over the five years to 2019. Early during the period, revenue thrived as global investor confidence and aggregate investment flourished.

However, in 2015, investor confidence took a hit, which continued into 2016 largely due to global political uncertainty and low oil prices. The growth of a country’s economy tends to boost CRE revenue since business expansions and higher consumer spending often creates demand for industry services, such as office leasing, sales and brokerage services.

The strong expansion of Asian economies through investments and increasing consumer spending has aided revenue growth over the past five years. Over the five years to

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Jacob’s cracker brand no longer for sale | Food Industry News

Jacob’s crackers on sale in the UK, April 2019

Pladis is no longer looking to sell UK savoury-snacks brand Jacob’s, the company’s chief executive has said.

There has been speculation over the future of the Jacob’s brand, under which Pladis markets crackers and crispbreads, as well as sub-brands including Mini Cheddars and Twiglets.

In an interview with The Times, Salman Amin, who was appointed Pladis CEO in February 2019, insisted the Jacob’s brand “is in our future”.

Having a set of savoury-snacks products alongside sweeter offerings such as McVitie’s, means Pladis can market to a broader range of consumers, Amin added.

Back in 2018, Sky News reported Pladis, the international snacks business of Turkish food group Yildiz Holding, had hired investment bank Oppenheimer to oversee an auction of Jacob’s.

In February last year, Bloomberg said the company was aiming to sell Jacob’s in 2019.

Yildiz merged its global confectionery

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CBRE Group: Servicing The Real Estate Industry (NYSE:CBRE)

Buy land, they’re not making it anymore. – Mark Twain

A key issue for investors today is how life will be different on the other side of this pandemic. Real estate, particularly office and retail, is especially in focus as investors expect work-from-home and online shopping trends accelerated shifts that would have taken years to achieve otherwise. Though noting that retail weakness could be offset by industrial real estate, e-commerce boosts the demand for warehouse space across the country.

The path forward for office real estate is less clear as select companies commit to long-term work-from-home arrangements, while others are starting to call employees back. It seems likely that some in-person work will remain an essential aspect of future work arrangements, and a move to less dense office could also help support occupancy levels.

Considering alternative ways to gain exposure to real estate, let’s look instead at a servicer. CBRE

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Home Beer Brewing Machine Market Size, Share 2020 Global Growth Insight, Trends, Industry Key Players, Regional Forecast To 2024

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Smart Home Automation Market 2020 Industry Analysis, Forthcoming Growth, Industry Prospects and Forecast to 2026

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Grand Chicago Hotel in Foreclosure, a Symbol of Covid-19’s Toll on Hospitality Industry

The Palmer House Hilton has been one of Chicago’s grandest hotels for more than a century. Oscar Wilde was a guest. Frank Sinatra serenaded diners at its supper club. Over the past 15 years, the owner spent $173 million to overhaul the hotel, modernizing most of the 1,641 rooms.

But today, the property faces a bank foreclosure and has become one of the most potent symbols of the troubled hospitality industry during Covid-19.

Wells Fargo Bank

said in court papers last month that the hotel’s owner, real-estate investor Thor Equities, was in default on its $333.2 million first mortgage, making the property one of the first major foreclosure actions during the pandemic. The Palmer House was worth $305.5 million shortly before Wells Fargo filed its action, appraisers said.

A Thor spokeswoman declined to comment.

Most property owners and lenders at first hoped that damage from the pandemic would be limited

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