News archive from 7 September 2013

Split market plagues city

In the 2013 reporting season, the weakening of the office market was borne out in both the rental figures and future demand. Australian real estate investment trusts (A-REITs), which are the largest collective owners of the assets, indicated that...

 

Guidelines simplify reports

This reporting season, several big listed real estate investment trusts (A-REITs) have already used the voluntary guidelines. Investors and analysts alike are now looking favourably at A-REITs that have incorporated the guidelines. The guidelines...

 

Economists still expect 'Septaper'

One of the Federal Reserve's most hawkish officials urged the central bank to curb bond buying to $US70 billion a month when it meets later this month, while a noted policy dove agreed that the Fed could start to taper later this year. Esther George,...

 

Soft US jobs data a headache for Fed

While economists believe the Fed could still announce a tapering of its monthly bond purchases at its September 17-18 policy meeting, they said the weak data increased chances of a delay. "A compromise between hawks and doves might be that the...

 

Split market plagues city

In the 2013 reporting season, the weakening of the office market was borne out in both the rental figures and future demand. Australian real estate investment trusts (A-REITs), which are the largest collective owners of the assets, indicated that...

 

Guidelines simplify reports

This reporting season, several big listed real estate investment trusts (A-REITs) have already used the voluntary guidelines. Investors and analysts alike are now looking favourably at A-REITs that have incorporated the guidelines. The guidelines...

 

Economists still expect 'Septaper'

One of the Federal Reserve's most hawkish officials urged the central bank to curb bond buying to $US70 billion a month when it meets later this month, while a noted policy dove agreed that the Fed could start to taper later this year. Esther George,...

 

Soft US jobs data a headache for Fed

While economists believe the Fed could still announce a tapering of its monthly bond purchases at its September 17-18 policy meeting, they said the weak data increased chances of a delay. "A compromise between hawks and doves might be that the...

 

Split market plagues city

In the 2013 reporting season, the weakening of the office market was borne out in both the rental figures and future demand. Australian real estate investment trusts (A-REITs), which are the largest collective owners of the assets, indicated that...

 

Guidelines simplify reports

This reporting season, several big listed real estate investment trusts (A-REITs) have already used the voluntary guidelines. Investors and analysts alike are now looking favourably at A-REITs that have incorporated the guidelines. The guidelines...

 

Economists still expect 'Septaper'

One of the Federal Reserve's most hawkish officials urged the central bank to curb bond buying to $US70 billion a month when it meets later this month, while a noted policy dove agreed that the Fed could start to taper later this year. Esther George,...

 

Soft US jobs data a headache for Fed

While economists believe the Fed could still announce a tapering of its monthly bond purchases at its September 17-18 policy meeting, they said the weak data increased chances of a delay. "A compromise between hawks and doves might be that the...

 

REITs fight to retain traction

But even a cursory glance at the share prices would show that most REITs have gone back to net tangible asset value in recent times. While its not quite a sunset on the REIT sector, the lead-up to Christmas will see the chief executives out on the...

 

REITs fight to retain traction

But even a cursory glance at the share prices would show that most REITs have gone back to net tangible asset value in recent times. While its not quite a sunset on the REIT sector, the lead-up to Christmas will see the chief executives out on the...

 

REITs fight to retain traction

But even a cursory glance at the share prices would show that most REITs have gone back to net tangible asset value in recent times. While its not quite a sunset on the REIT sector, the lead-up to Christmas will see the chief executives out on the...

 
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