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British banks planning for EU "no" stymied by lack of European office space

LONDON, May 22- A shortage of prime office space in rival European financial centres may torpedo plans by some of London's banks to quit the UK capital if Britain opts out of European Union membership. Deutsche Bank, the euro zone's second largest bank by assets, confirmed this week it was considering cutting its UK operations if the country pulled out, and other...
Source: Reuters | By: Sinead Cruise and Anjuli Davies
Why 1 in 4 Silicon Valley homebuyers want to leave

Talent is leaving Silicon Valley because of high real estate costs. Today, the median price for a home just exceeded $1 million.
Source: CNBC.com | By: By Glenn Kelman, CEO of Redfin
Street picks: 10 financial stocks ready to pop

CNBC Pro used technical and fundamental analysis to find the stocks that are primed to rally the most in the continuation of the bull market.
Source: CNBC.com | By: Giovanny Moreano
Singapore entrepreneurs warm up to 'renting desks'

The explosion of co-working spaces in Singapore is a game changer for entrepreneurs in city-state, one of the most expensive locations in the world to rent traditional office space.
Source: CNBC.com | By: Ansuya Harjani
Don't wait for Fed. Rising rates trade is on now

Federal Reserve officials don't need to raise interest rates, the market is doing it for them. Don't miss the trade.
Source: CNBC.com | By: John Melloy
No. 1 hot spot for small business in the US is...

A new survey ranks the Riverside-San Bernardino metro area in California as the No. 1 place to start a business, outpacing Silicon Valley.
Source: CNBC.com | By: Elaine Pofeldt
Street picks: 10 stocks ready to pop

Financials could be the next key catalysts to move stocks higher as other leadership areas of the market stall. What to buy.
Source: CNBC.com | By: Giovanny Moreano
China overtakes U.S. as biggest investor in Australia after property splurge

SYDNEY, April 30- China overtook the United States to become the largest source of foreign investment in Australia last year, driven by a surge in real estate purchases that is fuelling fears of a house price bubble. China received approvals to invest A $27.65 billion in Australia, with almost half going into real estate, according to the 2013/ 14 annual report of...
Source: Reuters | By: Swati Pandey
CBRE CEO: Growth strong in US  

Bob Sulentic, CBRE president & CEO, weighs in on the company's quarterly results and provides his thoughts on real estate growth and the impact of the strong U.S. dollar.
Source: CNBC.com