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Rare musical instruments have been named at the top of the collectibles investment chart following the release of a new report from investment bank Coutts. Although it deals with rare items that sell less frequency than many of its collectible counterparts, the musical instruments market reached the top of the

According to JLL, more than €1.3 billion of commercial real estate has been traded in Ireland so far in 2017, with €530 million traded in Q3 alone. Figures from the global real estate giant revealed that the most significant transaction seen so far was the €60 million sale of an

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Around 29,000 hectares of hardwood plantations have been sold in Tasmania, according to the Australian government, and could allow for more sustainable forestry in the future. Australian Resources Minister Guy Barnett has revealed that the plantations have been sold for AU$60.7 million to Reliance Forest Fibre as a means of

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Fine wine has been named the world's best-performing collectible, as values rise by 25 per cent in the past year, according to a new report. The Knight Frank Luxury Investment Index has revealed that fine wine has now replaced classic cars as top collectible around for wealthy investors around the

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Impact investments in India have grown at an exponential rate over the past decade, it has been revealed. Between 2010 and 2016, these funds totalled more than USD5.2 billion as the market attracted over 50 active impact funds, according to new research by McKinsey, and it's predicted that the market

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ireland forestry

The levels of forestry being planted in Ireland by non-farmers rose by 150 per cent last year, according to new figures. Released by Ireland’s Department of Agriculture, the statistics show that 35 per cent the total area planted between January and December 2016 was planted by private investors rather than

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