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  1. Evaluating Regency Centers: Insights From 4 Financial Analysts

    By Benzinga Insights In the last three months, 4 analysts have published ratings on Regency Centers (NASDAQ: REG ), offering a diverse range of perspectives from bullish to bearish. The table below provides a snapshot of their recent ratings, showcasing how sentiments have evolved ov
  2. Beyond The Numbers: 5 Analysts Discuss First Industrial Realty Stock

    By Benzinga Insights In the preceding three months, 5 analysts have released ratings for First Industrial Realty (NYSE: FR ), presenting a wide array of perspectives from bullish to bearish. In the table below, you'll find a summary of their recent ratings, revealing the shifting sen
  3. China's Economy Faces Choppy Waters Despite Rosy Report

    By Micah McCartney China's economy grew faster than expected in the first quarter of 2024 but lost some of its steam last month, official data shows, and experts told Newsweek whether or not their success will last. This has tempered optimism, leading some analysts to question whet
  4. The Analyst Landscape: 7 Takes On Safehold

    By Benzinga Insights Providing a diverse range of perspectives from bullish to bearish, 7 analysts have published ratings on Safehold (NYSE: SAFE ) in the last three months. The following table summarizes their recent ratings, shedding light on the changing sentiments within the past
  5. Real Estate, Regional Bank Stocks Tank, Energy Cushions The Blow: March Inflation Rates Shake Up Sectors

    By Piero Cingari A fresh unexpected surge in inflation blindsided markets, shattering hopes for imminent Fed rate cuts and sending stocks down across the board. In March 2024, the annual Consumer Price Index (CPI) inflation rate surged to 3.5%, up from February’s 3.2%, surpassing
  6. Slump In Housing Starts: 'Extremely Noisy' Numbers Indicate Demand For New Homes Dipping

    By Neil Dennis The number of homebuilding projects started in January plunged, hitting the lowest rate since August, with the Midwest region lagging the most . Data from the U.S. census bureau on Friday showed housing starts fell by 14.8% in January, rocked by a chunky 35.8% fall in