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European markets less attractive for global investors: DTZ
Date: 25 August 2010
Category: Market Watch
European property markets have become less attractive than other global markets in the past year due to strong yield compression and increased risk premiums in some markets combined with a sluggish rental growth outlook. That is one of the key findings of the European all-property DTZ Fair Value Index launched last week in Frankfurt.
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