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30 Mar 2009
MGM Mirage Negotiating Payment Without Dubai; Lawyers Hired

MGM Mirage is negotiating with banks to make a $200 million payment due today on its CityCenter joint venture without a contribution from partner Dubai World, said a person with knowledge of the matter. / Source: Bloomberg

30 Mar 2009
Orco to Renegotiate $587 Million of Bonds, Chief Says

Orco Property Group SA, the property developer that secured protection from creditors yesterday, will start talks with bondholders to renegotiate about 440 million euros ($587 million) in bond repayments, Chief Executive Officer Jean-Francois Ott said. / Source: Bloomberg

30 Mar 2009
Japanese govt looking for new stimulus for troubled property markets

Japan's ruling parties are considering new measures to support the country's troubled property market, including a fund to buy assets from real estate investment trusts. / Source: Propertywire

27 Mar 2009
Soros Says Commercial Property Values Will Fall 30%

Billionaire investor George Soros said U.S. commercial real estate will probably drop at least 30 percent in value, causing further strains on banks. / Source: Bloomberg

27 Mar 2009
Songbird Has Minimal Headroom on Loan; Shares Slump

Songbird Estates Plc, the owner of more than half of the buildings in Londons Canary Wharf, said its close to breaching the terms of an 880 million-pound ($1.3 billion) loan. The shares fell the most in almost three months. / Source: Bloomberg

27 Mar 2009
£600m Dawnay Day deal completes

F&C Reit Asset Management and AREA Property Partners have today completed their £600m acquisition of the 3.4m sq ft Dawnay Day portfolio, one of the biggest deals since the onset of the credit crunch. / Source: Propertyweek

27 Mar 2009
Best Buy Profit Beats Estimates on Europe Phone Sales

Best Buy Co., the largest U.S. electronics retailer, posted fourth-quarter profit that fell less than analysts estimated, helped by mobile-phone sales in Europe. The stock climbed 13 percent in New York trading. / Source: Bloomberg

26 Mar 2009
Beijing Vantone Said to Reach Agreement on Freedom Tower Lease

Beijing Vantone Real Estate Co., a Chinese developer, agreed to lease at least four floors at New Yorks Freedom Tower at the World Trade Center site, a person familiar with the negotiations said. / Source: Bloomberg

26 Mar 2009
Wharfs 2008 Profit Falls 52% as Property Sales Slide

Wharf (Holdings) Ltd., owner of two of Hong Kongs largest shopping centers and the citys cable television operator, said 2008 profit fell 52 percent on a smaller gain in the value of investments and reduced home sales. / Source: Bloomberg

26 Mar 2009
Orascom Development Profit Increases on Realty Sales

Orascom Development Holding AG, the hotel and resort business owned by Egypts Samih Sawiris, said full-year profit rose 13 percent as real-estate sales increased and hotel guests spent more. / Source: Bloomberg

26 Mar 2009
Inditex Beats Profit Estimates, Plans to Keep Adding Stores

Inditex SA, Europes largest clothing retailer, beat analysts profit estimates and said it will continue expanding its low-cost Zara fashion chain to take market share from more expensive brands in the recession. / Source: Bloomberg

25 Mar 2009
First tour of Federal CRE Awards 2009 expert judging finished

The first round of judging candidates for professional nominations of CRE Moscow Awards 2009 has come to an end. The winners will be announced at the Awards Ceremony of CRE Moscow Awards 2009 on April 17th.. The Award for Personality of the Year for the achievements in commercial real estate during 2008 will be given to a candidate, who achieved maximum points in three rounds of voting: on-line voting at ; jury voting and direct voting during the Awards Ceremony. The prizes for nominations Developer of the Year and Consultant of the Year will go to the companies, which obtained highest results in corresponding spheres during 2008. And the Deal of the Year will be given to the most prominent deal signed in 2008. / Source:

25 Mar 2009
Bank of China Profit Drops More-Than-Expected 59%

Bank of China Ltd., the worlds third-largest lender by market value, had a wider-than-expected 59 percent drop in fourth-quarter profit on writedowns of U.S. mortgage investments and higher bad-loan provisions. / Source: Bloomberg

25 Mar 2009
ProLogis concludes sale and reduces debt

ProLogis has completed the first raft of a number of measures including sales and debt renegotiations designed to shore up its balance sheet. / Source: Propertyweek

25 Mar 2009
Logistics occupiers are seeking cost savings, CBRE says

Logistics occupiers across Europe are cutting costs but there is still demand for the best quality space as tenants look to operate more cheaply and efficiently in modern buildings, according to CB Richard Elliss latest report. / Source: Propertyweek

25 Mar 2009
Iconic football stadium development becomes victim of the credit crunch

Work on a £600 million major football stadium development in the UK has been stopped because of the economic climate. / Source: Propertywire

24 Mar 2009
Defaulting Commercial Properties Hit Banks on Vacancy-Rate Rise

U.S. banks, battered by record losses from the worst housing slump since the Great Depression, now must weather increasing loan delinquencies from owners of skyscrapers and shopping malls. / Source: Bloomberg

24 Mar 2009
Investors Should Buy China Property Stocks, UBS Says

Investors should buy shares of Chinas property companies and makers of large home appliances, as both industries will benefit from the rising real estate transaction volume, according to UBS AG. / Source: Bloomberg

24 Mar 2009
Tiffany Forecast Misses Analyst Estimates; Net Falls

Tiffany & Co., the worlds second- largest luxury-jewelry retailer, gave a 2009 earnings forecast that missed analysts estimates, and said fourth-quarter profit fell 76 percent after holiday sales shrank in the recession. / Source: Bloomberg

24 Mar 2009
City take-up hits 20 year low

Take-up of new offices in the City of London has fallen to its lowest level for more than 20 years as the slowdown in the economy has reined in financial services businesses from expanding and moving to new buildings. / Source: Propertyweek


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