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    US Consumer Spending Expected to Rebound Weekly Economic Update 4-20-15

    The consumer is the most important contributor to the U.S. economy, accounting for approximately 68% of GDP.

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    Industrial Investor Outlook & Trends

    Cushman & Wakefield provides comprehensive real-time market data and analysis by leveraging our expertise and collaborating with the leaders of our multiple disciplines―Valuation & Advisory, Industrial Capital Markets, Industrial Research and Industrial Operations, among others. 
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    A Tale of Two Peaks: NASDAQ at 5,000

    On Thursday, April 23 the NASDAQ composite stock market index reached a new record high, more than 15 years after its previous peak in March 2000.

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    Columbus Real Estate Trends - Industrial 2016

    The industrial market had strong results in 2016, which followed a record-breaking 2015. New records were set for every tracked metric. ECommerce, Honda’s continuing growth, and incentives drawing new business to Columbus continue to drive industrial demand. State tax incentives are also infl uencing local companies to expand including distribution center operator Exel Inc. who plans to add 400 jobs to the area. The future looks to deliver more of the same with optimism continuing into 2017.
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    Human Capital: The War for Talent and its Effect on Real Estate

    Whether through workplace designs that help foster collaboration, amenities that enhance work/life balance, or locations that draw the right professional demographics, real estate’s role in the talent war is increasingly important.

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    Location Strategy for US-Based Office Operations

    This paper examines the best practice approach for selecting the optimal location for new or relocating business operations.

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    Suburban Maryland Market Report Q3 2016

    Despite the spike in vacancy, new leasing demand has remained robust in 2016.

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    Northern Virginia Market Report Q3 2016

    Job growth, typically a leading economic indicator, finally appeared to be having an impact on the Northern Virginia real estate market, as office space has experienced 494,676 square feet (SF) of positive year-to-date absorption.

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    Multitenant Distribution Warehouse - Summer 2016

    The Multitenant Distribution Warehouse segment is comprised of properties with small-to-medium footprints (typically 200,000 square feet or smaller) often with column spacing of 40 feet by 40 feet and clear height of 24 feet or lower. Tenants in these facilities tend to be local and regional distributors seeking to operate in key industrial submarkets. Read More

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    Consumer Is Back, Update 8/25/15

    Consumer confidence has been trending higher over the past year. The increase in confidence can be seen in stronger spending growth.

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    New York City Employment Update Jan. 2014

    The New York City economy entered 2014 on a high note as employment growth and the total number of jobs hit record levels in 2013. However, in the key office using sectors, 2013 was a disappointment as employment barely grew. We look for a better performance in 2014 with healthier growth in office-using employment pushing vacancy rates lower in the Manhattan office market.

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    Goldilocks-Labor-Market-Weekly-Update-7-6-15

    U.S. payroll employment continued to grow at a steady pace in June, and the details indicated healthy demand growth for the commercial real estate industry.

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    Consumer-Is-Back-Weekly-Update-8-25-15

    Consumer confidence has been trending higher over the past year. The increase in confidence can be seen in stronger spending growth. This trend is expected to continue, boosting demand for retail and industrial real estate as well as hospitality.

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    Above The Trend Weekly Update 6-8-15

    The U.S. economy added 280,000 jobs in May, the largest employment increase since December. Job growth has rebounded strongly from the first quarter slowdown.

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    Weekly Economic Update - Feb 9 2015: The Labor Market Has Taken Off

    The U.S. labor market remained on a strong growth track in January, adding 257,000 jobs, above the consensus expectation of about 230,000. However, the real story of the January employment report was the revision to previous job growth estimates.

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    Focus on Hotel Construction Costs

    The feasibility of a new hotel is driven by a number of factors, foremost among them – the availability of sites, the costs to build, the price and accessibility of financing, and the demand for hotel rooms at a rate point that supports all these and other elements. With several of these items falling into place in many markets across the U.S., hotel construction continues to accelerate. Read More

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