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​Host Hotels: The Best Value In REITs

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Industry observers believe corporate tax cuts could boost business travel, while also reviving group travel.


Equities Sector Coverage: Wall Street Continues to Inch Higher

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Initial Jobless Claims came in at 351,000 flirting with breaking below the recessionary threshold of 350,000 for several weeks in a row now. Personal Income for January came in weaker than


Equities Sector Coverage: Wall Street Tests New Highs

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On Tuesday Greece received a commitment to a $170 billion bailout but stocks slipped on the news. Dow Futures were up 72 points on Monday with NASDAQ Futures up 10.5 points, but these levels were


Equities Sector Coverage: Wall Street Continues to Fall Lower

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Mortgage applications tumbled 8.4% as purchase demand declines. NY Fed Empire manufacturing survey rose to 19.53 in February. Industrial production was weaker than expected in January with a flat


Equities Sector Coverage: Late Surge Helps Wall Street Close Flat

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Retail Sales rose by a less than expected 0.4% in January. Ex-autos the gain was 0.7%. Import Prices rose 0.3% in January. Business Inventories rose by 0.4% in December. The Dow Jones Industrial


Equities Sector Coverage: Wall Street Climbs Higher Despite Fed Showing Soft Economy

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The Mortgage Bankers Association's seasonally adjusted mortgage applications index dropped 4.9% in the week ending Sept.2, despite mortgage rates at or near record lows. Redbook's same-store


Equities Sector Coverage: Stocks End Week On High Note, Financials and Utilities Fall Lower

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Retail Sales in July rose by 0.5%, slightly below expectations, but with the biggest gain since March. The University of Michigan consumer sentiment survey declined from 63.7 to 54.9 in August,



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