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Forever blowing bubbles

27 November 2009 By George Hay

Prime real estate yields are tightening fast. Historically low rates are inflating a bubble, because global demand for yield is chasing a shrinking stock of prime assets, bidding prices up. Indebted foreigners who need to sell rather than keep buying could relieve the pressure.

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