Kimco Realty Corporation News
Which Are Morningstar's 10 Most Undervalued REITs?
Real estate investment trusts have rallied over the past eight weeks, but a prominent REIT index remains down 12% year to date.
Wells Fargo Stands Moderately Bullish on REITs for 2022
Wells Fargo expects REITs to again outperform stocks in 2022, achieving high single-digit returns, compared to flat for stocks.
Wells Fargo Likes Momentum Plays Alphabet, Ford, Marriott, BofA
'Momentum stocks offer an attractive risk/reward into year-end,' Wells Fargo analysts said.
Cramer's Mad Money Recap: General Motors, Robinhood, REITS
Jim Cramer urges investors to look past the COVID rates and take a closer look at revealing cues from the retail sector.
5 Top Stock Gainers for Thursday: Weingarten Realty, Dell, Nvidia
Weingarten Realty, Dell, Nvidia, GlaxoSmithKline and Ardelyx are five top stock gainers for Thursday.
Weingarten Realty Rises on $3.9B Deal to Be Bought by Kimco
Shopping-center owner Kimco is set to buy peer Weingarten Realty Investors for $30.32 a share, or $3.9 billion.
Zombieland No More -- These New Retailers Are Invading Dying Malls
Simon Property says new retailers are jonesing to sell at its malls.
Trump States Hit Hard by Department Store Closings
Battleground states are losing retailers in latest rounds of restructuring.
Wells Fargo Stock Lower On Report of Major Mortgage Market Retreat
Wells Fargo could be looking at a major reduction in its once market-leading mortgage business, Bloomberg reported over the weekend.
Oil Prices Slide Below $90 A Barrel As China Demand Fades, U.S. Output Rises
Surging U.S. output, set against fading demand from China, as global oil prices on the back foot again Monday and adding further downward pressure to domestic gas prices.
Turquoise Hill Stock Plunges After Rejecting $2.7 Billion Rio Tinto Buyout Offer
“Oyu Tolgoi is an attractive tier one asset, and we remain highly focused on and optimistic about its transformation into one of the world’s great copper mines," Turquoise Hill said.
Over 1.7 Million Fords And Lincolns Are At Risk Of Being Recalled
The National Highway Transit Safety Administration received over 50 complaints over brake hose ruptures.