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    U.S. Commercial Properties Price Indices Methodology and Forecast Trends

    Moody's Analytics has added six new U.S. commercial property price indices (CPPI) to its global macroeconomic forecast model based on sales transaction data from REIS.

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    The Pros and Cons of Rent Regulation

    Our findings conclude that the recent rent regulations passed in three states will likely not have a material impact on supply growth – for either affordable housing or for market-rate apartments. This means that landlords and investors concerned with market-rate apartments are not likely to change investment or development behavior.


    Tech Disruption in CRE & The Evolution of Hyperlocal Analysis

    How is technology disrupting CRE, and how hyperlocal analysis is evolving to augment traditional analysis of risk and opportunities. The session will cover real-world case studies and how clients have been responding to disruptive trends and using hyperlocal data to address challenges.

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    Economic Cycles and Property Performance: Risks and Opportunities in the CRE Market ‍

    Some market performance metrics are at historic highs, while other markets have arguably been in a localized recession for several years. Where do different CRE markets stand? Where are the risks and opportunities? ‍

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    Transforming to a Modern and Cohesive Risk Management Ecosystem

    We discuss the evolution in Risk Management and key drivers, including: The credit risk life cycle and the ideal state of a cohesive risk management architecture; The role of technology, data and automation in risk management; What does it take to make better decisions faster?; Focus on new information or process efficiencies? New and old challenges, embracing of change in digital transformation (cultural shift or movement)

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    Searching for Opportunity in the Land of OZ

    The Opportunity Zone (OZ) program offers substantial federal tax incentives in exchange for capital investment in under-resourced areas. This creates challenges for investors, policymakers and other stakeholders when trying to evaluate the more than 8,700 Opportunity Zones in their entirety. In this paper, we leverage our opportunity zones

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    Canada Housing Market Outlook: Slower, Steadier

    The Canadian housing market is going through a period of decompression

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    Latin American Currency Highlights: Determining the Risk of a Large Currency Depreciation for 15 Countries

    Latin American countries have a shaky history when it comes to stable foreign exchange. Several countries are facing economic and political upheaval, which may significantly impact the value of their currencies. Using the Moody's Analytics Currency Depreciation Indicator, we evaluate the coming year for 15 Latin American countries.

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    Canada Housing Market Outlook: Time for Slower Price Growth

    The housing market in Canada seems to have stabilized. House price growth slowed between early last year and the middle of this year, though home sales and house price growth increased in July and August.

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    Canada Housing Market Outlook: A Better Long-Term Perspective

    Canada's housing market has moved past its previous turning point and seems to have settled into an interlude of slowing house price appreciation, reduced sales, and a looser market in general.

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    Default Risk Premium in the Equity Market

    This paper explores the default risk premium within the equity market. To our knowledge, this is the first study that uses the commercially-available structural model, Moody's Analytics Public Firm Model, EDF9TM, to explain the cross-section of stock returns. While distressed stocks have attracted attention in the past for their anomalously low returns, we also identify outperformance of “safe” stocks. The notions of safe and distressed are both defined in the context of Distance-to-Default within the Moody's Analytics Public Firm Model(also known as KMV). Our findings revisit the notion that value, size, and momentum price the financial distress risk. We find that safe stocks outperform the market, and risky stocks significantly anomaly, our factor is not a proxy for the low volatility factor.