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Global Market Perspective - June 2010

As the first half of 2010 comes to a close, global property markets at the prime end have shown some improvement in response to the gradual healing of both the world economy and the credit markets. In the US the story remains one of steady improvement, increasing availability of capital and a continuing flow of deals to market. In Asia Pacific, economic performance is likely to outstrip the rest of the world, but watch out for further interest rate rises. In Europe , while trading has been relatively strong, austerity measures will keep confidence and activity in check. With tough choices ahead for global policymakers, can the second half of the year usher in further positive momentum?
This edition of Global Market Perspective provides a real-time mid-year outlook on property market conditions around the world and a perspective on some of the factors - including potential upside surprises and downside risks - that will shape the markets for the remainder of the year.
Furthermore, Jones Lang LaSalle's global experts give an in-depth view of trends in the occupier market, and specifically how increased profitability has put strategic thinking back on the corporate agenda and how this will affect companies' real estate decisions. We also review the state of the Hotels market around the world.

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