Global Outdoor Fitness Equipment Market (Covid-19) Impact 2020

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This statistical survey focuses on product specifications, costs, production capacities, marketing channels, and market players.  The report comprises complete profiles of key players operating in the market and trends

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SpendEdge: Global Real Estate Leasing Market Procurement Intelligence Report with COVID-19 Impact Analysis

The Global Real Estate Leasing market will register an incremental spend of about $21 billion, growing at a CAGR of 5.25% during the five-year forecast period. A targeted strategic approach to Global Real Estate Leasing sourcing can unlock several opportunities for buyers. This report also offers market impact and new opportunities created due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Request free sample pages

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SpendEdge has announced the release of its Global Real Estate Leasing Market Procurement Intelligence Report (Graphic: Business Wire)

SpendEdge has announced the release of its Global Real Estate Leasing Market Procurement Intelligence Report (Graphic: Business Wire)

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Deutsche Bank, Goldman and JP Morgan top commercial real estate finance, despite COVID-19 cracks


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Several Wall Street banks have come to dominate a corner of U.S. commercial real estate finance over the past seven months, even as the coronavirus pandemic has cast a long shadow over the market.

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Deutsche Bank (DB) Goldman Sachs (GS) and JP Morgan Chase (JPM) each significantly grew their share of the roughly $550 billion commercial mortgage-backed securities (CMBS) market during the pandemic, according to a new report by Deutsche’s research arm.

The CMBS market is a type of property finance where Wall Street banks make loans on hotels, skyscrapers, and other types of commercial buildings to package into bond deals that investors buy.

This chart shows which Wall Street banks won — and lost — market share since the pandemic took hold in the U.S.

Deutsche Bank Research, Index data

Researchers categorized loans as pre-COVID from January to March, but as post-COVID as

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Inuvo’s IntentKey Uncovers Changing Home Renovation Audience Behaviors in Midst of COVID-19 for National Home Improvement Retailer Client

LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Sept. 28, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Inuvo, Inc. (NYSE:INUV), a leading provider of marketing technology, powered by artificial intelligence (AI) that serves brands and agencies, today announces how the IntentKey artificial intelligence (AI) technology has built strong brand awareness with new audiences for a national home improvement retailer client by uncovering changing audience behaviors in the midst of COVID-19.

The pandemic has created a boom in home remodeling, as more time at home has changed the way people need their homes to function. Houzz reported a 58% increase in professional referrals for projects year-over-year. In a Porch.com survey, more than 75% of consumers said they plan to take on a new project within the next 12 months. CNBC coverage also boasts record high equity is giving homeowners the financial flexibility and confidence to reinvest in their homes as real estate prices increase amid record low interest rates.

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Hartford suspends use of outdoor athletic fields as COVID-19 cases rise

Hartford is suspending the use of its outdoor athletic fields for the remainder of the fall season as local coronavirus cases climb, the mayor’s office announced Thursday.



Luke Bronin wearing a suit and tie: Hartford, CT - 8/18/20 - Hartford Mayor Luke Bronin gives an update on plans to approach the 2020-21 school year while outside Fred Wish Museum School Tuesday afternoon


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Hartford, CT – 8/18/20 – Hartford Mayor Luke Bronin gives an update on plans to approach the 2020-21 school year while outside Fred Wish Museum School Tuesday afternoon

Organizations will not be able to reserve the fields beyond Oct. 12, the city said.

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“We have seen significant use of our outdoor athletic fields, and unfortunately, we’ve also seen too little adherence to coronavirus protocols, including mask wearing and social distancing,” Mayor Luke Bronin said. “It’s not a decision we take lightly, but to help try to limit the spread of the virus in our community, we will be suspending the use of athletic fields and canceling reservations after this Monday.”

Over the past two

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Ontario real estate association calls for halt to open houses as COVID-19 cases rise

Shaniqua Juliano

TORONTO — The Ontario Real Estate Association says it is asking agents to halt plans for open houses, as the province reported a record high of 939 new cases of COVID-19 on Friday.

Open houses resumed in mid-July as part of the province’s Stage 3 reopening plan, which at the time allowed gatherings of 50 people, or 30-per-cent capacity, with physical distancing enforced.

On Friday, the province announced a modified return to Stage 2 COVID-19 restrictions, which would limit open houses to 10 people. The government is also asking people in those areas to leave their homes only for essential purposes.

Ontario real estate association president Sean Morrison said that notwithstanding the 10-person limit, he is encouraging members to shift open showings virtually, instead of a Sunday afternoon slot allowing anyone to touch the surfaces of a home.

“OREA is pleased that the government is again listening to our advice

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Real estate in the aftermath of the COVID-19 crisis

Shaniqua Juliano

The government restricted the movement and production as an attempt to forestall the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. The lockdown totally slowed down activities in April and the vast majority of May. As per the reports shared by Knight Frank’s India real estate H12020, Delhi-NCR saw a 6% Y-o-Y devaluation in weighted normal costs during the months of January-June 2020 to Rs 4,145 for every sq ft, which is calculated as the lowest over the recent years. However, quite surprisingly, developers like T&T Group stood apart among peers in the quarter finished in June even as volumes declined after the COVID-19 lockdown slowed down all activities. 

The Group in this scenario not only performed proficiently in spite of challenges but also is anticipating further improvement with its distribution capacity network and brand value. Their adeptness and shrewd business acumen also helped them to retain their existing consumer base

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Sask. real estate market healthy despite COVID-19 pandemic

Shaniqua Juliano



a man wearing a suit and tie: Jason Yochim, CEO of the Saskatchewan Realtors Association


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Jason Yochim, CEO of the Saskatchewan Realtors Association

The Saskatchewan real estate market is showing “encouraging signs,” says Saskatchewan Realtors Association chief executive officer Jason Yochim.

While the market appears to be in recovery mode, all eyes are on whether the recent uptick will be sustainable.

“I’m cautiously optimistic,” Yochim said on Wednesday.

“It’s a good sign. I’d like to see this recovery. My only concern, I guess, would be what happens in the next six months when we see government funding maybe tapering off in the next few months, … just to see how the economy responds at this stage.”

For now, the Saskatchewan real estate market continues to chug along, outperforming last year’s market. Across the province, year-over-year sales were up almost 52 per cent compared to last September and more than 18.5 per cent year-to-date.

The median sale price was up more

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Trump plans to hold an outdoor event at the White House over the weekend. He still hasn’t released a negative COVID-19 test.

Shaniqua Juliano



a man wearing a neck tie: President Donald Trump upon his return to the White House from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. Win McNamee/Getty Images


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President Donald Trump upon his return to the White House from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. Win McNamee/Getty Images

  • President Donald Trump plans to hold an outdoor event at the White House on Saturday with hundreds of people in attendance, even though he hasn’t released a negative test for COVID-19, ABC News and The New York Times reported. 
  • The outlets said Trump would address a crowd gathered on the White House lawn from one of the White House’s balconies. 
  • Trump also plans to travel to a rally in Florida on Monday. 
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

President Donald Trump plans to hold an outdoor event at the White House on Saturday with hundreds of people in attendance before he has released a negative test for COVID-19, outlets including ABC News and The New York Times reported on Friday.

ABC and The Times said

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Texas Ren Fest holds largest outdoor event since COVID-19 shut down Houston Rodeo

Shaniqua Juliano

TODD MISSION — The Texas Renaissance Festival feels a bit more authentic this year with the COVID-19 pandemic mimicking the bubonic plague of that era.

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