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|| Real Estate still popular among UAE investors - Barclays report

barclays13.jpg72% of HNWIs in the UAE have investments in real estate, the most held asset class, and 40% consider it a safe option - according to a new report by Barclays Wealth.

The report, Risk and Rules: The Role of Control in Financial Decision Making, is based on a global survey of more than 2,000 HNWIs. You can download it from here (PDF).

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Full details from Barclays Wealth follows:

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