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Day: July 10, 2018

Direct lenders target real estate opportunity

Jeffrey Williams, fixed income fund manager, Schroders According to research firm Preqin, private capital assets under management in real estate doubled from $408 billion in December 2007 to $811 billion in June 2017. As banks show little appetite for a return to long-term real estate lending, private and institutional lenders are stepping up to the plate, …

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Japanese Yen Dips to 7-Week Low, Inflation Reports Next

The Japanese yen has posted losses in the Tuesday session. In North American trade, USD/JPY is trading at 111.27, up 0.38% on the day. On the release front, Japanese Preliminary Machine Tool Orders dropped to 11.4%. This marked a fifth straight decline. Later in the day, Japanese Core Machinery Tool Orders is expected to decline …

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More than a third of small businesses can’t fill open jobs, matching a record

The number of small business that aren’t able to find enough workers has matched the highest level ever recorded. The percentage of small companies not able to fill open positions hit 36 percent in June, according to the NFIB Research Center, matching the survey’s record high set in November 2000. (The data goes back to …

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Dollar Rallies as Euro Pressured by German ZEW Miss, Yen Lower on Risk Appetite

Dollar strengthens broadly today, partly with help from Euro’s post data weakness. Much weaker than expected German ZEW economic sentiment is giving some pressure to the common currency. On the other hand, USD/JPY surges through 111.13 temporary top and is now taking on 111.39 key near term resistance. Yen’s weakness can be largely attributed to …

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The hottest housing market in the country is up 13% and now may be headed for a crash

Seattle-area real estate agent Jerry Martin said he first entered the business in 1977, which means he remembers the days of double-digit mortgage rates and multiple booms and busts. That includes the bubble in 2006 and 2007 and the historic collapse that followed. None of that, he said, quite compares to the “craziness” that has …

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New insight into the cities and states battling to win Amazon’s $5 billion HQ2

Of the 20 finalists for Amazon’s coveted HQ2 project, only seven made CNBC’s Top 10 list in this year’s America’s Top States for Business study. They are Atlanta; Dallas and Austin, Texas; Boston; Denver; Northern Virginia; and Raleigh, North Carolina. But CNBC’s Top States study offers clues on just about all the finalists. If Amazon …

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Despite Trump’s draconian policies, refugees continue boosting New York’s Rust Belt economy

The Mehic family fled their home in Bosnia in 1999, four years after the end of the civil war that ravaged the former Yugoslavia. They applied to the United Nations for refugee status, endured more than two years of extreme vetting and ultimately landed in Utica, New York, in the summer of 2001. That upstate …

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Alaska, shackled with a ‘grave’ budget crisis, is America’s worst state for business

Alaskans just got some good news and some bad news. First, the good news: The state’s budget deficit — estimated at $2.4 billion just a few months ago — has been cut by more than two-thirds, to $700 million. It is still large by state standards, but enough to convince Standard and Poor’s to revise …

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