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GRI 2009 A NEW BEGINNING North American Investors and Developers in Real Estate USA

2009 Economic and Financial Outlook:

2009 Economic and Financial Outlook Mickey D. Levy USA GRI New York, NY February 26, 2009

Global Economic Recession:

Global Economic Recession Economic contraction began in US and spread internationally Financial crisis, loss of confidence and risk adversity Global demand and international trade are falling Capital flows slow Emerging nations adversely affected by industrialized nations’ recession, plummeting oil and commodity prices Asset prices plummet, reflecting radical shifts in expectations about economic performance, profits and cash flows Real estate—activity, prices and cash flows—are undergoing significant adjustment

Potential Growth Remains Healthy:

Potential Growth Remains Healthy Following sustained period of strong global expansion, now underperforming Little aggregate impact on global potential Critical issues: the necessary adjustments to resume potential Private sector : prices, activities, etc. Financial market : asset prices, interest rates, exchange rates, etc. Government policies Sharpest declines in economic activity are occurring now US will lead global rebound, beginning late 2009, but Dramatic shifts in expectations, risk preferences will redefine economic and financial behavior

Critical Characteristics of this US Recession:

Critical Characteristics of this US Recession Massive correction of imbalances in housing and finance Common theme: excess consumer debt and financial leverage Sharp contraction of housing and prices Uncertainty about how far home prices will fall Banks are capital and balance sheet constrained First “post-securitization” financial crisis Complexity and illiquidity of financial assets Dysfunctional markets for mortgage and asset-backed securities The monetary policy transmission channels are clogged

Long Trends in Home Ownership:

Long Trends in Home Ownership Source: Census Bureau

The Rise in Indebtedness (percent of GDP):

The Rise in Indebtedness (percent of GDP) Source: Flow of Funds

The Composition of the Rise in Indebtedness :

The Composition of the Rise in Indebtedness Source: Flow of Funds/BEA/Bank of America calculations

US Economy: Deep Recession, Jarring Adjustments:

US Economy: Deep Recession, Jarring Adjustments Consumer spending is falling sharply Psychological damage, large wealth loss Businesses are cutting production, jobs and investment Real GDP to decline significantly through 2009Q3 Unemployment rate to rise above 9% in late 2009 Risk is to the upside Declining profits and squeezed margins Unclogging monetary channels is a prerequisite to economic rebound Bank credit problems to linger

Global Economy Contracts:

Global Economy Contracts UK: 6% annualized decline in real GDP in 2008Q4 Excess debt and leverage; housing prices deflate Eurozone: recession as exports decline and domestic demand weakens Japan’s real GDP declines 3% in 2008Q4, as exports fall sharply China slumps as exports fall Adverse impacts on international trade

Prerequisites for Economic Rebound:

Prerequisites for Economic Rebound US Unclog monetary policy transmission channels Stabilize the banking system Move toward stability in housing and home prices Stabilize confidence International Boost demand Hurdles to sustainable improvement Lack of confidence and risk adversity Need to deleverage in US, UK and elsewhere

US Consumer Trends:

US Consumer Trends

US Household Net Worth:

US Household Net Worth

Unemployment Rate:

Unemployment Rate

Corporate Operating Profits as a Share of GDP :

Corporate Operating Profits as a Share of GDP Note: Profits before tax with IVA and CCA

Focus on US Housing:

Focus on US Housing Sharp declines in sales, starts and prices New home inventories down, existing home inventories bloated Expectations of further price declines constrain demand Faster price declines in early 2009 Lower mortgage rates will help Look for trough in activity in second half of 2009 Price declines will end somewhat later

New and Existing Single-Family Home Sales:

New and Existing Single-Family Home Sales

Housing Inventories: New and Existing Homes:

Housing Inventories: New and Existing Homes

Case-Shiller Home Prices:

Case-Shiller Home Prices

Regional Case-Shiller Home Prices:

Regional Case-Shiller Home Prices

Business Fixed Investment :

Business Fixed Investment

Real Exports and Imports:

Real Exports and Imports

US Economic Outlook: Stimulus Will Help:

US Economic Outlook: Stimulus Will Help Government policies very aggressive Will take time to work Real GDP to decline significantly through 2009Q3 About 5% annualized decline in 2009Q1 and lesser declines in Q2 and Q3 Downside risks dominate Fed stimulus and lower mortgage rates reduce probability of more prolonged recession and deflation American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009: large but poorly structured Monetizing deficit spending the key Consumer spending to fall in 2009H1 and remain weak Debt overhang, declining wealth; replenishing balance sheets US exports constrained by global recession

Government Monetary and Financial Responses:

Government Monetary and Financial Responses Fed’s “turbo-charged” monetary stimulus “Quantitative easing” through purchases of GSE debt and mortgages Fed prints money, mortgage rates recede Monetary base soars, but money multiplier falls Excess money: necessary but not sufficient for inflation Treasury TARP and Fed: Various liquidity and capital infusions Bank recapitalizations Troubled Asset Lending Facility: need details on this $1 trillion program FDIC: expanded insurance, including interbank lending Intervention into faltering banks, or forbearance?

US Fed Monetary Base (reserves plus currency):

US Fed Monetary Base (reserves plus currency)

Fiscal Policy Responses:

Fiscal Policy Responses Economic Stimulus Act (Feb 2008); Housing and Economic Recovery Act (June 2008) Emergency Economic Stabilization Act (October 2008) TARP funding American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 $790 billion, largely in 2009-2010 (6% of GDP) Temporary tax reductions ($282 billion), not marginal rate cuts $500+ billion spending increase Traditional countercyclical income support (food stamps, unemployment compensation, $67 billion) Infrastructure building, focus on transportation, energy ($145 billion) Grants-in-aid to states plus Medicaid ($127 billion) Health insurance ($40 billion) Monetizing deficit spending is crucial

Global Economic Performance:

Global Economic Performance Sharp declines in GDP in 2009 in US, Eurozone and UK, Japan Recessionary conditions in China and emerging nations US economy will be first to improve Speed of policy response Monetary and fiscal responses to become increasingly aggressive Low oil prices: support consuming nations, devastate producers Sustained pickup in international trade in 2011

Interest Rates and Financial Trends:

Interest Rates and Financial Trends Federal funds rate: low until economy, employment improve Other central banks to ease aggressively Treasury bonds: how long will yields remain low? Steep yield curve to persist Global recession, flight-to-quality demand offset soaring US budget deficits Eventual inflation concerns Corporate bond spreads: “fear” levels, but profits falling Stock market: eventual rebound when market anticipates economic recovery

Federal Funds Rate and 10-Year Treasury Bond:

Federal Funds Rate and 10-Year Treasury Bond

Ten Year Inflation-Indexed Treasury Yield Spread:

Ten Year Inflation-Indexed Treasury Yield Spread

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