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Trade War with China or NAFTA Partners Unlikely
CHICAGO—Cushman & Wakefield compared last year’s campaign rhetoric with this year’s likely actions, and now tells the industrial real estate sector to relax.
BETHESDA, MD—RLJ chairman Robert L. Johnson expresses confidence that the combined company’s portfolio will yield “significant benefits to the shareholders of both companies.”
NEW YORK CITY—“I don’t think the quiet that we’re seeing right now is the new norm,” veteran real estate attorney Y. David Scharf tells GlobeSt.com.
NEW YORK CITY—But the certain factors are adding uncertainty to the lodging outlook.
WASHINGTON, DC--This week will see the release of President Trump’s tax reform plan and a resolution -- or not -- of the current spending authority set to run out on April 29th.