global property

global property

[¦glō·bəl ′präp·ərd·ē]
(mathematics)
A property of an object (such as a space, function, curve, or surface) whose specification requires consideration of the entire object, rather than merely the neighborhoods of certain points.
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To accommodate increasing property values around the world and more complex risks, XL Catlin extended its global property insurance capacity to USD 400 million, a more than 25 percent increase from its previous USD 300 million capacity.
Muscat: More than 80 exhibitors will showcase properties right from budget homes to high end luxury apartments, villas, row houses, commercials and plots at the Global Property Show from February 18 to 21 at Oman International Exhibition Centre.
The recognition follows the successful IPO and listing of the shopping malls and retail subsidiary of global property developer Emaar Properties.
M2 EQUITYBITES-August 10, 2012-Montpelier appoints Paul Hopwood and others to Global Property Treaty(C)2012 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
Taher Mohammed Al-Dabbagh, the Chief Executive Officer, Saudi Hollandi Capital said that the new investment funds, to be denominated in US dollars, will be investing in global equity, global emerging markets and global property sectors.
Despite significant reductions in global property investment in 2008, cross-border transactions still make up about 32% of the estimated $1 trillion a year in commercial property transactions.
The Internet portal Global Property Guide referred to this rent profit as spectacular.
I DECIDED the other day that this week I would write about the global property market.
Summary: The Global Property Guide's annual report on real estate investment trends around the world indicated that Lebanon ranked in 60th place globally, up from 62nd place in 2007, and 4th among 10 markets in the Middle East & North Africa in terms of "roundtrip transaction costs" (RTCs) which reflects all costs of buying.
The study, entitled "The diversification benefits of Global Property Securities", examines the impact of global property securities and Australian property securities on a mixed-asset portfolio consisting of global stocks and global bonds.
Lambert Smith Hampton is joined in Global Property Alliance by Julian J Studley Inc.

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