After supporting the property market in previous rounds of stimulus, analysts say Beijing has only one primary option for spending: infrastructure.
Sally Chan of CLSA explains where to buy property in Hong Kong in order to find love or wealth in the Year of the Pig, based on Chinese geomancy.
Loh Chin Hua, CEO of Keppel, says the company saw more new orders in 2018 compared to the year before, and he is “cautiously optimistic” for 2019.
Home improvement could soften this year, but a “fairly healthy level” of appreciations can support remodeling growth, G.research’s Alvaro Lacayo says.
Jim Cramer flags seven long-term trends that are working despite political turmoil, slowing growth around the world and a fairly hawkish Federal Reserve.
Even if Sears’ contested deal to save roughly 400 stores with ESL Investments secures approval from the bankruptcy judge, it faces challenges that could reap benefits for Macy’s, J.C. Penney and Dillard’s.
CNBC’s Robert Frank takes a look at yet another expensive real estate purchase from Citadel’s Ken Griffin.
After several years of booming business, home remodeling growth is expected to shrink this year. Demand is slowing because home values aren’t gaining as much, mortgage interest rates are rising and fewer homes are selling.
Lawrence Ho, CEO and chairman of Melco Resorts & Entertainment, says one of its properties, Studio City in Macau, is in a “very sweet spot” to benefit from China’s Greater Bay Area initiative.
Despite slowing global growth and a decline in Australian house prices, the country’s labor market is still holding up “quite well,” says Paul Bloxham of HSBC.