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  • CENTURY 21 Peak Shares Real Estate Trends & Insights at Beverly Hills Influencer Event

    CENTURY 21 Peak, in partnership with CENTURY 21 Real Estate LLC, participated in a one-day media roundtable event with celebrity designer and interior design influencer Sabrina Soto. “It’s truly been an honor to work with the Century 21 corporate team as well as Sabrina Soto to talk about the latest and greatest in design and the real estate market,” said Kirakossian.

  • BULLET: US DATA REACT: Fact and Opinion Research's Robert....

    US DATA REACT: Fact and Opinion Research's Robert Brusca said on US housing starts that the "hurricane bashes starts back" and "starts decline 8% in the South." He noted "multi-unit starts were hit hardest, falling by 5.8%, setting aside the small 2-4 unit category of course." He added that "single family starts still gained 1.6% on the month and only single family starts are above their 3-Mo moving average."

  • BULLET: US TSYS SUMMARY: Treasuries traded mildly weaker.....

    US TSYS SUMMARY: Treasuries traded mildly weaker midday Tues, quiet consolidation into Wed FOMC mtg, Fed Chr Yellen news conf. Fed is expected to unveil bal. sheet reduction program (holds $4.5 Trln in assets on bal. sheet.) - Tsys mixed flows, quiet action, blip up when US Pres. Trump said wld "totally destroy" N.Korea if it attacked US/allies (but wld prefer not to); mild sales after that. Real money then sold blip upward, while others cited real money bid in US intermeds. Some mkt players wld like to sell mkt, but it's not moving up as wld like so waiting. Small Tsy 2/30Y flatteners, mild 2/10Y steepeners. Mkt ebbed on higher -than-expected 0.6% Aug. import prices, 1.180M Aug. housing starts annualized, and 1.3M Aug. hsg permits SAAR. Hot money bought TIPS. - Tsys 10Y futures held session low price 125-31/32 after repeated visits; earlier session high of 126-07/32 earlier. - SWAPS: Fast money paid both US, Canada swaps. Summary of larger US trades since Trump spch: 10:42 ET appeared US$460mln+ payer USD 2Y at 1.655%; 10:29 ET appeared US$ 460mln+ payer of USD 2Y at 1.656%; 10:14 ET appeared US$240mln+ payer 5Y at 1.909%

  • Winstead Names Michelle Rieger, Jeff Nydegger to Lead P3, Infrastructure & Project Finance Industry Group

    Winstead PC has named shareholder Michelle Rieger and associate Jeff Nydegger as co practice leaders for the firm’s industry-focused practice dedicated to public-private partnerships, infrastructure and project finance.

  • U.S. Housing Starts Fell, Permits Rose in August -- Update

    WASHINGTON-- U.S. single-family housing starts continued to edge higher in August, in what could be the last snapshot of the market's health before the cleanup from major hurricanes begins to skew construction activity. Overall housing starts slipped 0.8% in August from the prior month to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.18 million, driven by continued steep declines in multifamily building, the Commerce Department said Tuesday. Single-family starts, however, rose 1.6%...

  • CANADA STOCKS-TSX hits six-week high as energy, financials drive gains

    * TSX up 42.04 points, or 0.28 percent, to 15,278.71. * TSX at highest since Aug. 9. * Consumer staples only sector lower; energy up 0.7 pct. Canada's main stock index rose to six-week highs on Tuesday, led by oil and gas companies, bolstered by oil prices near five-month highs, and by financial stocks.

  • CEO David Lifschultz Discusses the Value in the Oil Industry and the Future Potential of Genoil, Inc.

    Mr. David Lifschultz, CEO and Chairman of Genoil, Inc. (GNOLF) interviews on the Uptick Network Stock Day Podcast with host Everett Jolly.

  • U.S. homebuilding weakens again, hurricanes muddy outlook

    * Housing starts fall 0.8 percent in August. * Single-family starts increase 1.6 percent. * Permits rise 5.7 percent; single-family drop 1.5 percent. * Import prices jump 0.6 percent in August. By Lucia Mutikani.

  • BULLET: US DATA REACT: JPM's Daniel Silver cited "mixed......

    US DATA REACT: JPM's Daniel Silver cited "mixed signals" in US housing starts & permits. "Housing starts declined 0.8% to 1.180mn saar in August while related permits increased 5.7% to 1.300mn saar," he said. "The change in starts between July and August was weaker than anticipated, but the August level of starts beat expectations due to upward revisions to earlier figures. Permits beat expectations in August, in large part due to a 19.6% jump in the multifamily series, which is often volatile. Overall, the report did not send a clear signal about a change in momentum in the housing market, and we maintain our view that residential investment should keep moving higher over time but at a modest pace." - He adds single-family starts and permits "trend higher on a year-ago basis, but both starts and permits have now declined over the past 6 months (-6% and -8%, saar, respectively). For the multifamily data, the August permits level (500,000 saar) was one of the strongest figures reported in recent years, while the August starts level (329,000 saar) was one of the weakest."

  • The North Sea Is Suddenly, Surprisingly, an Oil Hot Spot

    LONDON-- For over a decade, the North Sea's once-booming oil sector was mired in decline. Against the odds, it has emerged as an unlikely bright spot in today's stormy global energy industry. Investors have sunk more than $16 billion so far this year into European deals for assets mostly located in the North Sea, a flurry that far outstrips energy deal activity in all but American shale country and Canada's oil sands, according to Edinburgh-based energy consulting firm Wood...

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