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European retail real estate investment is up 38% quarter on quarter to €6.7 billion with demand for prime retail to remain relatively strong during the last quarter of the year, according to a new report.
Only 43% of European real estate investors report any increase in risk appetite since early 2011, compared to 46% globally, and 64% in Canada where investors show the biggest uplift in risk appetite, new research shows.
This week, a survey by uSwitch found that the UK is officially the worst place to live in Europe. With the country's high living costs and government spending cuts, it’s hard to disagree – especially given the sunnier options available abroad. With this in mind, here are 10 reasons not to live in the UK.
More Irish people are moving abroad with more going to the UK or English speaking countries outside of Europe, the latest figures from the Central Statistical Office show.
Europe will not slide back into recession, and the euro remains "strong and resilient", the president of the European Commission has said.
Despite the fragile economic recovery, global retail markets have rebounded strongly during the last year according to Cushman & Wakefield (C&W).
European stocks advanced for a second day amid speculation the global economy will continue to grow.
Europe is not at risk of slipping into another recession and the euro region will attract new members rather than break up, the secretary general of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development predicted yesterday.
Angela Merkel has been steadfastly opposed to euro bonds so far, but Germany's Nein no longer seems set in stone. French President Nicolas Sarkozy may have changed his mind too after the market turmoil last week. However, euro bonds present a serious domestic political risk for Merkel.
Now is a good time to buy property overseas, says TV presenter Amanda Lamb.