CRE deals are moving forward, but investors and lenders are wary of how the coronavirus may slow the global economy in the coming weeks.
While SPY took the biggest blow of ETF outflows during last week's volatility, 43 other ETFs actually gathered net new money of $100 million or more.
It's times like these that test investors' resolve—and why alternative strategies were created. So how did alts do over the last week of February as the broader markets were getting their teeth kicked in?
While markets remain smartly higher under Trump, with the S&P 500 up 35% since Election Day in 2016, the declines of the last week have cut the return under his presidency by more than a third.
After wild swings in stocks, a market correction is finally here.
After surging 18% last year, gold has extended its rally in 2020, with prices hitting the highest since 2013.
The coronavirus gets all the blame for the market implosion, but about two-thirds of these 19 bear market warning signs compiled by Bank of America were already flashing red. Does that mean the market’s immune system is compromised?
With the coronavirus still spreading, few see the recent demand for havens ebbing.
Both Chinese imports and exports have been affected by the large-scale shutdown of Chinese factories and businesses.
Chinese travelers and materials suppliers play a role in demand for U.S. hotels and the speed of U.S. project deliveries.