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Alternative Investments Explained: from bamboo to precious metals, we break down the alternative products vying for your cash and assess which assets are worth taking the plunge for.
Financial stability when expats consider buying property abroad, according to new research.
The exchange rate between the pound and dollar has risen overnight, according to Forex.
Sophisticated real estate investors know to watch for clues that a neighborhood is moving from one economic class to the next. Old run down neighborhoods that are upgrading and improving turn into good investment opportunities.
The global property market is edging towards recovery, according to Jones Lang LaSalle. JLL's latest report showed that after a dip in activity in the first quarter of 2012, investment volumes climbed back up to $108 billion in the second quarter - placing capital markets back on track to achieve a volume of approximately $400 billion by the end of the year.
Investors are making a difference in Nicaragua, according to EcoPlanet. The firm's bamboo plantations, which allow investors to support projects that reflect their own morals, have had a positive affect on the local community.
Investment activity in commercial property looked positive across the globe in the second quarter of 2012, according to Jones Lang LaSalle.
According to the Central Bank of Nicaragua, the construction and mining industries are propelling economic growth in the Latin American nation this year with an average annual growth of 5.8% in the first quarter of 2012 as highlighted by the Monthly Economic Activity Index (IMAE).
Founder Members of EcoInvestments bamboo plantation investment received their first year's returns this week, the alternative investment company announced.
Today sees the 9th World Bamboo Congress take place at Antwerp, Belgium, focusing on bamboo biosciences, bioengineering and Agroforestry potentials which will provide a unique platform for direct networking and the sharing of ideas and information among bamboo enthusiasts.