Retail Property Type Differentiation in a Down Economy - Moody's Global Credit Research

Retail Property Type Differentiation in a Down Economy

10 pages (4985 words) — Published May 03, 2009
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...The post-2001 recession high economic tide lifted the fortunes of almost all classes of retailers. In contrast, the ebbing economic tide of the current recession has caused dramatic performance differentiation among retailers, both by format and by quality of business model. Retail stores with formats that commonly serve as collateral in US commercial mortgage backed securities (CMBS) transactions 1 ...

  
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