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LNR Taps Vets of Deutsche Bank

LINGLING WEI The Wall Street Journal 07.10.2010
China May Ease Property Curbs For Growth, Deutsche Bank Says

China may relax its property curbs to encourage end users to buy homes as the government seeks to support economic growth, according to Deutsche Bank AG.

LNR Taps Vets of Deutsche Bank

A group of commercial real-estate heavyweights that made a big play on the distressed market earlier this year by buying into LNR Property Corp. has now tapped two executives who helped run Deutsche Bank AG's highflying commercial-property business, according to people familiar with the matter.

Deutsche Bank Jumps to Second Place on Middle East Bond Sales

Deutsche Bank AG, the 17th-ranked adviser on bond sales in the Middle East and North Africa two years ago, vaulted to second place this year as credit markets in the region thawed following Dubai World’s debt restructuring.

Real estate: Are prices at the bottom?

A smattering of construction workers amble around the Jumeirah Lake TowersJumeirah Lake TowersJumeirah Lakes Towers development in Dubai, but the roads are somnolent and the ubiquitous desert dust wafts around the development, undisturbed by human habitation.

Manhattan Real Estate: ‘An Eventual Bargain’

Emily Friedlander The Wall Street Journal 23.06.2009
Manhattan Real Estate: ‘An Eventual Bargain’

Last week a Deutsche Bank report predicted a 40% price drop in New York metro area home prices–it also set off some discussion on the state of the New York housing market. (Read full report.)

UAE Ppty Seen Falling Further 15-20% Until Yr End - Deutsche

DUBAI (Zawya Dow Jones)--Property prices in the United Arab Emirates will bottom out at the end of the year after falling a further 15-20%, Deutsche Bank said in report released Thursday.

Dumping hedges for houses?

Real estate has suddenly popped back up on the investor radar. Is this another false dawn, or do investors think the market is close to the bottom? Elsewhere, Deutsche BankDeutsche Bank shouts about ETFs, Bank Sarasin goes to Poland, hedge funds go out of style and BHF-Bank goes to Abu Dhabi, says Mike Gallagher in the latest roundup of all that's hot and that's not in the wealth management business



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