British real estate companies may re-emerge as hot stock picks, William Boston writes in a Wall Street Journal commentary. Investors who believe the U.K. has reached the bottom of the cycle are willing to start investing there again rather than Continental Europe, Boston writes. "I can see us doing most of our investing in the U.K. in the next 18 months," said James Darkins, managing director of property investments at Henderson Global Investors.

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