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Mind the retail gap

Europe’s retail markets differ widely and investors must be aware of the growing chasm, says Union Investment head of investment management retail Henrike Waldburg.

US retail’s vital signs are looking good again

HFF’s managing director, Bryan Ley, tells us where investors can find value in 2019.

Asia moves ahead of the retail curve

Strong economic growth, the embracing of omni-channel retailing and the status of the shopping mall are among the reasons for the region’s retail resilience.

Opportunity zones knock for US retail

A federal investment program can breathe new life into America’s struggling malls and shops, but for only a select few.

Could attitudes to retail be about to change?

A pall of gloom hangs over retail but some see value in the asset class. Are its fortunes about to turn?

Four trends that could define the global retail property market in 2019

The year will be tough for retail, but repurposing to mixed use can help.

Have rumors of retail’s death been greatly exaggerated?

US retail property funds are attracting interest from institutional investors, despite negative sentiment in the sector.

Yardi on the stubborn resilience of US retail

The US retail sector’s fundamentals in early 2019 are holding their own with operators and tenants getting more creative with the use of brick and mortar, writes Yardi’s Chris Barbier, principal, investment management

Retailers’ new mantra is transform and evolve

National Retail Tenants Association member and NAI Global’s director of retail and investment services Mez Birdie offers a tenant perspective of the US sector.

Will debt dry up for UK retail?

Property values are falling, forcing lenders to question their exposure to the sector.

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