Jones Lang Lasalle Inc.

JLL-N

NYSE:JLL

169.65
1.15 (0.68%)
Jones Lang LaSalle Incorporated or JLL is an American professional services and investment management company specializing in real estate. Since March 2014 it has officially marketed itself under the abbreviation "JLL".
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Analysis and Opinions about JLL-N

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Opinion
Expert
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
October 9, 2014

This has done very, very well in the context of a low interest-rate environment. Is this a bit too late to the party? There is talk in the US that they are going to start to increase interest rates, which will make it more difficult for the real estate market. He believes there is a lot of inflation in the system in food, energy and housing. Doesn't like this one because it pays a very low dividend and has a relatively short history.

This has done very, very well in the context of a low interest-rate environment. Is this a bit too late to the party? There is talk in the US that they are going to start to increase interest rates, which will make it more difficult for the real estate market. He believes there is a lot of inflation in the system in food, energy and housing. Doesn't like this one because it pays a very low dividend and has a relatively short history.

Darren Sissons
Vice President and Partner, Campbell Lee & Ross
Price
$124.140
Owned
No
PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
February 6, 2009
(A Top Pick Feb 20/08. Down 63.8%.)
(A Top Pick Feb 20/08. Down 63.8%.)
Charles Bobrinskoy
Director of Research, Ariel Mutual Funds
Price
$27.350
Owned
Yes
TOP PICK
TOP PICK
February 20, 2008
Chicago-based real estate company. One of the 2 largest real estate money managers. Have about $50 billion in real estate money that they run for pension funds and endowments. Also do a lot of outsourcing work for large companies. Stock has dropped because of concerns about commercial real estate. Recently posted good numbers. Oversold.
Chicago-based real estate company. One of the 2 largest real estate money managers. Have about $50 billion in real estate money that they run for pension funds and endowments. Also do a lot of outsourcing work for large companies. Stock has dropped because of concerns about commercial real estate. Recently posted good numbers. Oversold.
Charles Bobrinskoy
Director of Research, Ariel Mutual Funds
Price
$75.740
Owned
Yes
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