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IPD fund indices show north-south divide
Date: 28 September 2012
Category: Market Watch
IPD real estate fund indices for Europe are starting to show a pronounced north-south divide, with vehicles investing in the Nordic region turning in the strongest returns through the last four six-month periods, and those focused on Italy the weakest, with their underlying values falling significantly during the last year.
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