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Asian real estate stocks tipped to weather equity market headwinds and maintain steady course through 2016

Published on February 4th, 2016

REITs in core markets have produced steady performance so far this year despite the wave of stock market volatility emanating from China and many analysts say property’s fundamentals remain sound…

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