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Chart of the Week: America’s 10 fastest-growing retailers

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Click here for more market insight on our Phoenix research group web page: Phoenix – Research

Click to tweet:  #JLL‘s #ChartoftheWeek highlights some of the country’s fastest growing retailers. Find out who is #1 here: http://bit.ly/1oJzT9v

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How the oil and gas boom impact U.S. real estate, and beyond

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Our recent 5-part infographic series explained where, when and why the change is happening and how it impacts your business. Check out the full story in this short video U.S. Energy Boom video!

To learn more, go directly to the campaign page for a collection of resources: America’s energy boom

Tweet this: Our video explains the #energy outlook & its effects on #office, #CRE, residential & #retail real estate http://bit.ly/1cR5qXu  @JLLNews

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An exclusive look at how the U.S. office market is performing

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Improving economy means commercial office investment is growing across U.S.

The office market recovery has gained momentum and experienced diversified growth of late, but one micro-segment truly stands atop the recovery: the luxury-end of the urban office sector with enhanced tenant, investor and developer demand. We call it the Skyline.

JLL Research is pleased to release its annual U.S. Skyline Review,  a comprehensive assessment of Trophy, A+ and Class A urban office centers, known… Read More

U.S. Employment Update | January 2014

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January 2014 employment update

December saw the U.S. economy add just 74,000 jobs, the second-lowest monthly figure recorded throughout the recovery so far. It caps off a year that registered a 2.2-million-job expansion, unemployment falling to 6.7 percent and a more consistent as well as geographically broadening expansion. While trade and manufacturing were some… Read More

Change in U.S. energy production causes a ripple effect

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Over the past few years, we went from being a net importer of oil, natural gas and biofuel, to a net exporter. Check out the infographic below to see how this has impacted energy companies, the economy, the job market, other industries and more.

Fueling a Change: A big transition in the U.S. energy pipeline

Tweet this: @JLLNews says the #US switch from a net importer to a net exporter changed the… Read More