Annual rental growth on prime office assets across 110 major markets decelerated to 2.3% in Q4 2016, the slowest rate of full-year growth in three years. Global Office Index Q4 2016.
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Global investment and leasing volumes are proving resilient and are expected to remain robust during 2017, with a considerable weight of capital seeking real estate exposure. Global Market Perspective Q1 2017
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