The message from Jones Lang LaSalle's second-quarter results was one of optimism despite weakening end markets. Credit market turbulence in January, followed by a slowing in the global growth environment and the political and economic uncertainty created by the Brexit vote in June, have all hit commercial property markets in 2016. However, both companies' managements remain convinced that the market fundamentals are still in place in order to make progress. Let's take a closer look at Jones Lang LaSalle's earnings and outlook.
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