Aerial view of Bangkok. In Thailand, Daiwa Capital Markets estimates that the 2020 earnings of seven developers listed on the stock market will decline by 27 per cent this year. Photo: Bloomberg Aerial view of Bangkok. In Thailand, Daiwa Capital Markets estimates that the 2020 earnings of seven developers listed on the stock market will decline by 27 per cent this year. Photo: Bloomberg
Aerial view of Bangkok. In Thailand, Daiwa Capital Markets estimates that the 2020 earnings of seven developers listed on the stock market will decline by 27 per cent this year. Photo: Bloomberg

From Australia to Hong Kong: Not one Asia-Pacific housing market spared as coronavirus knocks investor confidence

  • Analysts agree that not one property market in the region will be spared from flagging demand caused by the health crisis
  • Investment into housing markets is likely to be muted further by weakened demand from tenants, that will lead to lower rents

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Aerial view of Bangkok. In Thailand, Daiwa Capital Markets estimates that the 2020 earnings of seven developers listed on the stock market will decline by 27 per cent this year. Photo: Bloomberg Aerial view of Bangkok. In Thailand, Daiwa Capital Markets estimates that the 2020 earnings of seven developers listed on the stock market will decline by 27 per cent this year. Photo: Bloomberg
Aerial view of Bangkok. In Thailand, Daiwa Capital Markets estimates that the 2020 earnings of seven developers listed on the stock market will decline by 27 per cent this year. Photo: Bloomberg
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