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CMBS Delinquencies; Consumer Confidence; Yellen Warns on CRE (Tuesday's News & Notes)

FT Alphaville looked at the latest data from Realpoint that showed a large jump from May to June in CMBS delinquencies. The post includes some interesting commentary. The data from RealPoint is charted below.

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Meanwhile, Research Recap summarizes a recent Fitch report showing that roll rates from from June to July on delinquent loans moving from 30-days to 60 days in Fitch-rated transactions were 54 percent, marking the tenth straight month that over 50% of the 30 day delinquencies moved to 60 days delinquent.

Here are some other news and notes on retail and retail real estate from around the Web today.

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