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10 Jun 2009
Trouble NY skyscraper sold

A group of investors led by RCG Longview and George Comfort & Sons have signed a contract with Deutsche Bank AG to purchase Worldwide Plaza / Source: Wall Street Journal

10 Jun 2009
U.S. Commercial Mortgage Defaults May Rise to 17-Year High

The default rate on commercial mortgages held by U.S. banks may rise to the highest in 17 years in the fourth quarter as debt for refinancing remains scarce and the recession drags down rents / Source: Bloomberg

10 Jun 2009
Arcandor Files for Insolvency on State Aid Rejection

Arcandor AG, whose Karstadt department-store chain started selling clothes and linens to Germans in 1881, got protection from creditors and may be broken up, leaving the fate of its 43,000 employees uncertain / Source: Bloomberg

09 Jun 2009
Starwood plans to float new US REIT to buy distressed loans

Barry Sternlicht, the property and hotel entrepreneur, is planning to float a new REIT in the US to buy distressed commercial and residential debt secured on real estate / Source: Property Week

09 Jun 2009
Allianz to Acquire Paris Office Building for 200 Million Euros

Allianz SE, Europes largest insurer by market value, plans to buy an office building in Paris this month for as much as 200 million euros ($283 million) / Source: Bloomberg

09 Jun 2009
McDonalds Falls After May U.S. Sales Trail Analysts Estimates

McDonalds Corp., the worlds largest restaurant company, fell the most in more than two months in New York trading after the company reported May U.S. sales that trailed analysts estimates / Source: Bloomberg

09 Jun 2009
Crillon hotel, Paris home of the stars, is put on the block

American owners are offering the glitterati the chance to buy the Paris residence many have called home for the night / Source: Sunday Times

08 Jun 2009
European Retail Sales Rise for First Time in 7 Months

European retail sales increased for the first time in seven months in April as consumers spent more on food and drinks / Source: Bloomberg

08 Jun 2009
Debenhams Raises 323 Million Pounds in Stock Sale to Repay Debt

Debenhams Plc, the U.K.s second- largest department-store company, sold new shares worth 323 million pounds ($525 million) to repay debt, while investor CVC Capital Partners Ltd. unwound part of a six-year-old stake / Source: Bloomberg

08 Jun 2009
Abu Dhabis ADIC to Invest in Russian Winter Olympics Resort

Abu Dhabi Investment Co., a government-owned fund, plans to invest with OAO Sberbank in a resort in the 2014 Winter Olympics host city of Sochi, Russia / Source: Bloomberg

08 Jun 2009
Arcandor Applies for State Bank Aid

Arcandor AG, the German retailer that may face insolvency next week, applied for aid from a state-owned bank / Source: Bloomberg

05 Jun 2009
Sorgente, Owner of Flatiron Building, to Create REIT in U.S.

Sorgente Group, the Italian investment company that controls Manhattans Flatiron building, plans to set up a real estate investment trust in the U.S. to take advantage of a recovery that may start as soon as 2010. / Source: Bloomberg

05 Jun 2009
Canary Wharf Signals Bottom for Asset-Backed Bonds

European companies have increased purchases of their asset-backed bonds tenfold this year, taking advantage of prices that slumped 70 percent and signaling to investors that the worst of the recession may be over. / Source: Bloomberg

05 Jun 2009
Macys, Dillards May Sales Trail Analysts Estimates

Macys Inc., Dillards Inc. and Saks Inc. reported steeper May sales declines than analysts estimated as rising unemployment prompted U.S. consumers to save instead of spend. / Source: Bloomberg

05 Jun 2009
Arcandor May Still Win Aid Approval, European Commissioner Says

Arcandor AG, the German retailer seeking government aid to help avert insolvency, rose as much as 6.7 percent in Frankfurt trading after a European Union official said the request may still win EU approval. / Source: Bloomberg

04 Jun 2009
Tokyo Surpasses London as Worlds Most Expensive Office Market

Tokyo replaced Londons West End as the worlds most expensive office market after tenant demand sunk in the U.K. capital, CB Richard Ellis Group Inc. said. / Source: Bloomberg

04 Jun 2009
Hypo Real Estate Owners Approve Government Takeover

Hypo Real Estate Holding AG shareholders backed a government capital increase that paves the way for Germanys first bank nationalization since the 1930s. / Source: Bloomberg

04 Jun 2009
J-REITs to Buy Fewer Japan Properties This Year

Japans 41 publicly traded real estate investment trusts are certain to buy fewer properties this year because they lack funds, said Daisuke Seki, chief executive officer of Tokyo-based IB Research and Consulting Inc. / Source: Bloomberg

04 Jun 2009
Las Vegas Sands to Tap Improving Capital Markets

Las Vegas Sands Corp., controlled by billionaire Sheldon Adelson, plans to raise funds to restart its $12 billion casino-resort project in Macau after the freeze in credit markets eased. / Source: Bloomberg

03 Jun 2009
Indiabulls Real Estate Cut to Hold at Deutsche Bank

Indiabulls Real Estate Ltd., Indias third-biggest developer, was downgraded at Deutsche Bank AG, which cited the gains in the shares, a possible sale of warrants and weak demand for its Mumbai office projects. / Source: Bloomberg

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