Q1 2016 U.S. MarketBeat Reports - Cushman & Wakefield

Q1 2016 U.S. MarketBeat Reports

U.S. MarketBeats provide an overview of quarterly CRE activity and trends, a snapshot of current economic and capital market conditions as well as market-level statistics on key metrics.

Q1 2016 U.S. Office MarketBeat

The first quarter of 2016 started off with steep declines in equity and commodity markets. Those developments led to concerns about the state of the global economy and its potentially negative impact on the U.S. economic expansion. However, by the end of March equity prices had fully recovered from the January swoon and market volatility had diminished to more normal levels.
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US Office MarketBeat

Q1 2016 U.S. Industrial MarketBeat

Manufacturing has improved since the beginning of 2016. U.S. factory activity expanded in March for the first time since last August, a sign the nation’s economy is shaking off the effects of a strong dollar, depressed oil prices and weakened global growth. While headwinds persist for the manufacturing sector, the recent ISM reading (51.8 in March) suggests that the worst of the manufacturing slump may be over. 
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Q1 2016 U.S. Capital Markets MarketBeat

The capital markets got off to a rocky start in 2016 as global uncertainty stoked fears that the economic expansion was coming to an end. As a result, total sales volume of significant properties plunged by 25% in January and February versus a year ago. Much of that anxiety has dissipated, however, and by the end of March equity prices had fully recovered and market volatility had returned to more normal levels. Together with a strong job market and improving leasing fundamentals, along with growing rent pressures due to muted construction levels, transaction activity should accelerate from this point forward. 
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