Spain’s Retail Sector Saw a 60% Drop in Investments in 2019

23 December 2019 – Financial Food

4 January 2020 The retail sector has recorded a 60% drop in investments year-on-year, according to a report by JLL. The fall in the total investments, to approximately 1.6 billion euros, was due to a reduction in major deals with shopping centres. The sector accounted for 27% of the investments in 2019.

High-street establishments represented 61% of the total, including over 900 million euros. Meanwhile, medium-sized retail parks brought in around 11% of the investment with about 200 million euros.

El segmento retail ha registrado una caída del 60% en las inversiones frente al 2018, según un informe de JLL. La caída en las inversiones totales, a aproximadamente 1.600 millones de euros, se debió a una reducción en las ventas de grandes centros comerciales. El segmento representó el 27% de las inversiones en 2019.

Los establecimientos ‘high-street’ representaran el 61% del total, o más de 900 millones de euros. Mientras tanto, los parques retail medianos generaron 11% de la inversión con alrededor de 200 millones de euros.

Original Story: Financial Food / El Economista

Translation/Summary: Richard D. Turner

Original Story: Financial Food

Translation/Summary: Richard Turner

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