Breakfast Deals: Hotel review

The Abu Dhabi Investment Authority takes a tilt at Australia's largest hotel owner, while Macquarie cuts back its Canadian presence.

The domestic property sector has been treated to two significant deals in the past 24 hours: one sees a Middle Eastern heavyweight paying big bucks for Australia's largest hotel owner, and the other effectively re-writes the book on shopping centre values. Elsewhere, Macquarie cuts back in Canada, while Freelancer.com considers a shift to Japan. And Jetstar runs into more trouble in Hong Kong.

Abu Dhabi Investment Authority, Tourism Asset Holdings, UniSuper, Westfield Group, Westfield Retail

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