Economic development in the Eurozone began to pick up pace. Despite the first quarter of 2018 there was a slight deceleration, a real growth rate in the Euro Zone (+ 0.4%).
No UK (+ 0.1%) where uncertainty over Brexit holds, growth has dropped considerably. For the year 2018 it is possible to achieve a growth trend for the Eurozone (+ 2.2%) and average growth for the United Kingdom (+ 1.5%). The increase in pace should not be the most sought after with the payment of inflation rates.
The values obtained for the industrial and logistic sector were observed in a very low series, with the index of prerequisites in a very recent lot in the last 6 months. The main European markets, the latest increases have only increased by 6% in the last 5 years.
Since the beginning of 2017 rents have continued to rise in the markets of Berlin, Bucharest, Prague, Central Poland, the Baltic States, Milan, Lyon and others, which have been close to the central markets. The increase in salary values is effectively unalienated, with the first quarter of 2018 registering stability in the European market.
In Portugal, the value notes at the level of prime incomes should not be recorded. Missing a new supply shortage, the market should be a pressure and be a significant increase of incomes in secondary products.