Is the future multi-channel?
What impact are online sales going to have on the retail market? Fund managers are beginning to reposition themselves in anticipation, writes Maha Khan Phillips
Is small really beautiful?
Developers of Polish shopping centres are looking beyond the largest cities. Agnieszka Winkler looks at the fundamentals of a maturing sector
Shop for the common ground
Sellers and buyers are increasingly meeting in the middle in the European shopping centre market. Shayla Walmsley reports
Heading for the food aisles
The ability to provide long-term, secure income has caused supermarkets to behave differently to the rest of the UK retail sector, says Greg Mansell
Exception to the rule: German retail
Research shows that the retail sector in Germany is bucking a wider European trend. Martin Lemke explains
Global shopping spree
The global shopping centre sector is experiencing unprecedented levels of construction and new openings, especially in emerging markets. Nelville Moss explores the trends
Bigger is better: shopping centre consolidation
Consolidation in the European shopping mall market reflects an ongoing flight to quality. Lynn Strongin Dodds reports
Keep your eye on the mall
Germany’s retail sector has become a focal point in the search for income security. But investors should be careful to avoid oversights when targeting the sector, says Carsten Loll
Time to check-in?
For many institutional investors, hotels are seen as a volatile, non-core asset class. But is this a fair assessment? Christine Senior investigates
The entry point
High-end retail has weathered the storm well but it must widen its appeal if it is to stay competitive, as Beatrice Guedj and Richard Barkham report
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