UBS says cracks are starting to show at the top end of the property market, according to the bank's recent analysis of the biggest real estate...
According to UBS, there are eight financial centers that are in bubble territory with real estate prices rising at potentially unsustainable rates.
At its speculative height, the Dutch East India Company was worth $7.9 trillion in today's terms - more than 20 of the world's biggest companies combined.
What do Vancouver, London, Stockholm, Sydney, Munich, and Hong Kong have in common? A bank gives them the dubious distinction of being real estate bubbles.