Commercial Real Estate
- Citi’s CRE problem.
- Drug stores trump most retail categories on new store additions and property sale transactions.
- Global investors following decline in U.S. property values with growing interest.
- Weak hotel performance blamed for renewed rise in securitized CRE mortgage defaults.
- U.S. will set guidelines to modify real-estate loans.
- Commercial Real Estate continues to worry the Fed.
- Time to REIT-urn to Real Estate?
- Missing chairs, tables cook up fine.
- Bay Bridge rebuild is a shaky proposition.
- Sweet Melissa: MTA in a bind for already-spent cash.
- Jobless rate rises to 10.1 percent in S.F.
- Matier & Ross: Sparks to fly: Theresa Sparks; Obama to avoid the rabble on S.F. visit; and Jerry-atrics.
- San Francisco, the city that's open for data.
- Chu opposes spending $150K in aid relief.
- Newsom gives KJ lots and lots of San Francisco treats.
- Bay Bridge motorists could soon pay $6 to cross span.
- Fairfax asks Tiburon for money to pay its bills.
- California is governable. Really!
- Two nuggets of political wisdom for the Golden State.
- Newsom backs constitutional convention in Web video.
- Approval ratings of Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and the Legislature have hit new lows.
- Gov2010: A look at the Campbell campaign.
- Rumor mill: Rep. Jane Harman as a 2010 Dem gov candidate?
- California gets plenty of reform advice.
- Voters support changing California's constitution.
- Dan Walters: Right on schedule, state budget springs a leak.
- John Kabateck, Executive Director of the National Federation of Independent Business, wrote and excellent letter to the editor of the San Francisco Chronicle recently: 'Business tax increase a bad idea'.
- Ken Garcia: California has become wretched state of affairs.
- Retail sales were down in September.
- Stimulus saved 30,000 jobs. Is that terribly low?
- The Philadelphia Fed's Business Outlook Survey can be found here.
- Slight September consumer price increase points to low inflation.
- Unemployment insurance weekly claims report shows a decline.