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One of the properties it offers on today is this mansion on 8387 Ford Road, Superior Township, Michigan: Scrolling down the page of any of these listings reveals four red buttons that lead to the crux of these deals for Chinese investors (so-so translations below): And these brokerage firms in the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and other countries are doing expos and conferences in China to lure investors to make the leap.
This massive marketing effort in China by these firms has worked like a charm.
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Brokerage firms in Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and other countries have done the same. They have set up units in China and are partnering with Chinese real estate portals, such as
Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway Home Services, a subsidiary of Home Services – the second largest residential brokerage in the US – entered the fray belatedly a year ago with a marketing agreement with “to syndicate all of its franchisees’ residential listings.” And not just in the trophy cities on the coasts, but all of Berkshire’s listings, anywhere.
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UK CPI is expected stable at 2.4% Y/Y (core 2.1%) today.
There is probably a big positive surprise needed to reinforce market expectations on an August Bo E rate hike.
We assume that the downside in EUR/GBP is rather well protected in the 0.87 area.
Maybe the indication of the neutral policy rate might also be raised to 3.0%. Sterling showed some nervous intraday swings yesterday.
Markets will also look out for any guidance from Fed Powell on the strategy the Fed will apply as the US economy is becoming ‘late cycle’. The UK currency finally gained some ground (against the euro) as UK PM May survived a key Brexit vote in Parliament.
RBA’s Lowe indicated that a first RBA rate hike was still ‘some time away’.