Global real estate firms rebounded this year, as the panic of the pandemic’s early days appears to have cooled. Of the 31 real estate firms on The Global 2000, Forbes annual ranking of the world’s largest and most impactful public companies, more than 80% saw their stocks go up compared to last year’s list. 

For the fourth straight year, Brookfield Asset Management took the top spot on the rankings. The Canadian firm boasts $600 billion in assets under management, including more than 400 million square feet of office, hotel, residential and retail space, but it also invests in renewable energy and infrastructure. 

Last year Brookfield made news for a pledge to invest $5 billion in struggling retail firms. It’s not clear how much money it has so far disbursed, but in December the company partnered with Simon Property Group to…

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