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  1. The global market for professionally managed real estate investments grew marginally last year, reaching $7.1 trillion in 2015, up 2.8% from a year earlier, according to the latest annual survey by MSCI of the largest markets for real estate investment in 32 countries.

  2. Has CEO pay reflected long-term stock performance? In a word, “no.”.
    Companies that awarded their Chief Executive Officer (CEOs) higher equity incentives had below-median returns based on a sample of 429 large-cap U.S. companies from 2005 to 2015.

  3. Investors with global portfolios need to know where the companies they invest in are domiciled. It is equally important, however, for them to know where those companies earn their revenue. Data from MSCI shows that the geographic distribution of companies’ revenues can have a significant impact on their stock prices.

  4. Investors who allocate to small-cap stocks can use either a benchmark weighted according to the market value of companies that constitute it or indexes that track the performance of factors such as size. But all small-cap indexes are not the same.

  5. The decision by a majority of U.K. voters to leave the European Union shines a light on fissures between perceived winners and losers from globalized markets and highlights for investors the importance of factoring the consequences of inequality and popular discontent into their views.

  6. While several U.K. open-ended real estate funds have suspended trading in the aftermath of Brexit, we find that London’s office market has about 30% exposure to non-domestic tenants who might decamp completely or shift some of their workers to Ireland or the Continent.

  7. Brexit shines a light on fissures between perceived winners and losers from globalized markets and highlights for investors the importance of factoring the consequences of inequality and popular discontent into their view of risk, writes Linda-Eling Lee, global head of MSCI ESG Research, in her latest blog post, which discusses how undercurrents from a tide of populist sentiment can influence asset prices over the longer term.

  8. Brexit brought mayhem to Britain, at least in the short run. Markets fell, the pound dropped, the prime minister resigned and, worst of all, the English national football team was knocked from the European Championship by Iceland!

  9. Two roads lead asset owners into real estate: the private (direct and indirect) ownership route and the public equity route. With private assets, investors can analyze performance in detail, down to the asset and vehicle level.

  10. Brexit is forcing investors in U.K. real estate to grapple with uncertainty.
    While British equities tumbled 3.1% on the day after the U.K. voted to leave the European Union, shares of the country’s exchange-listed real-estate firms fell 15.4%.

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