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XLRE

XLRE

Real Estate Select Sector SPDR®
NYSEARCA

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35.27
+0.18
+0.51%
Closed 16:00 09/30 EDT
OPEN
35.26
PREV CLOSE
35.09
HIGH
35.60
LOW
34.92
VOLUME
4.39M
TURNOVER
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52 WEEK HIGH
42.00
52 WEEK LOW
24.88
TOTAL ASSET
2.28B
YTD YIELD
-4.49%
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U.S. New Home Market Cap Highest Since August 2006
Based on the latest sales data reported by the U.S. Census Bureau, the preliminary nominal estimate of the market capitalization for new homes was $30.6 billion in August 2020.Perhaps more remarkably, the median sale price of new homes sold in the U.S. fell to an initial estimate of $312,700 in August 2020.With the trend for the sale prices of new homes generally flat to slightly falling over the last two years, the only way the market cap of new homes could increase is because of rising sales volumes.
Seekingalpha · 19h ago
Hotel REITs: Winter's Coming
"No vacancy" becomes "no occupancy." Hotel REITs - along with the global leisure and tourism industry - have been decimated by the coronavirus pandemic, plunging more than 50% this year.Following a record year for the industry in 2019, hotels REITs reported occupancy rates below 20% in Q2. Occupancy has recovered to roughly 45% by late summer, but winter is coming.Every hotel REIT has slashed its dividend in an effort to stay afloat, as 40-50% occupancy is needed to "keep the lights on." Suburban-focused and leisure-oriented properties have outperformed urban hotels.Perhaps a more "pure play" on the success of a vaccine than even the pharmaceuticals themselves, a significant "second-wave" of the pandemic would be likely catastrophic for equity holders.While leisure demand should bounce back relatively quickly when the pandemic subsides, business and group demand may take up to a half-decade or longer to fully recover.
Seekingalpha · 20h ago
Top REITs for October 2020
These are the real estate investment trusts (REITs) with the best value, fastest growth, and most momentum for October 2020.
Investopedia · 2d ago
Supreme Uncertainty Hits REITs
U.S. equity markets finished broadly lower on another volatile week, pressured by "supreme uncertainty" amid a contentious U.S. election season and lingering coronavirus concerns as we enter the colder months.Declining for the fourth-straight week following a six-week winning streak, the S&P 500 dipped another 0.6% this week and is now roughly 8% below its all-time highs set last month.This "supreme uncertainty" weighed on real estate equities and other economically-sensitive sectors this week. Equity REITs finished lower by 3.1% this week with 17 of 18 property sectors in negative territory.New Home Sales topped estimates, surging 43% in August from last year to the highest annual rate since 2006, another sign that the housing industry continues to lead the economic recovery.While the housing industry rebound has shown continued resilience, there are signs that the rebound in labor markets may be losing some steam ahead of a critical week of employment data - the final jobs report before Election Day.
Seekingalpha · 4d ago
Homebuilders: A V-Shaped Vendetta
An antihero of the prior financial crisis, Homebuilders have seemingly been on a vendetta over the last six months, asserting themselves as the unexpected leader of the early post-pandemic recovery.Homebuilders were slammed at the outset of the pandemic on fears that a coronavirus-induced recession could inflame a repeat of the Great Financial Crisis for the critical U.S. housing.Instead, the U.S. housing industry has roared back to life in recent months. New Home Sales, Existing Home Sales, and Home Prices have all seen a substantial reacceleration this year.The sharp rebound in housing market activity has been aided by longer-term macroeconomic trends of favorable millennial-led demographics, historically low housing supply, and near-record low mortgage rates.Housing remains an “unloved” sector despite the compelling long-term tailwinds at its back. Homebuilders trade at deeply discounted valuations to the S&P 500 despite their stellar growth rates.
Seekingalpha · 5d ago
August New Home Sales Confirm That The Long Leading Housing Sector Has Been Surging
Housing is a long leading sector of the economy, typically giving us information 12 to 18 months into the future.New home sales are the most leading of all housing metrics, but are very volatile and heavily revised.August new home sales hit the highest level in nearly 15 years.Because they confirm the surge in the less volatile single-family housing permits, the new high is almost certainly a signal rather than a noise, a powerful plus for the economy in 2021.
Seekingalpha · 6d ago
Pandemic to accelerate growth in Sunbelt mid-sized cities: KKR's Campbell Roberts
KKR's Paula Campbell Roberts sees the pandemic catalyzing a number of changes in business and the economy in a KKR Viewpoints report titled, "The New Normal."She sees economic activity spreading
Seekingalpha · 6d ago
Industrial REITs: Virus Exposes Frail Supply Chains
The "hub of e-commerce" and the hottest property sector of the last half-decade, Industrial REITs have been unfazed by the coronavirus-induced pain that has encumbered much of the REIT sector.The dramatic acceleration in e-commerce adoption has pulled forward the "retail apocalypse" trends as retailers divert more of their capital away from malls and into distribution supply chains.While much of the REIT sector was slashing dividends this year, nearly half of industrial REITs have raised dividends in 2020. Rent collection has averaged more than 97% since April.Underscoring the sector's favorable supply/demand conditions, Amazon's rumored interest in converting malls into last-mile distribution hubs has turned some heads, but the impact on industrial REITs will be immaterial.Recent earnings reports confirmed that fundamentals are back in-line with pre-pandemic expectations with positive growth expected in 2020. With the pandemic exposing deficiencies in supply chains, we believe the logistics-boom is back in the early-innings.
Seekingalpha · 09/22 17:00
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08/31/2020
3 Year
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1-Month
1.9428%
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3-Month
0.6986%
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6-Month
-4.1662%
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1-Year
-4.4861%
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3-Year
6.9641%
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Since Inception
7.6460%
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Fund Name
Real Estate Select Sector SPDR®
Risk
Low risk
Inception Date
2015-10-07
Benchmark
S&P U.S. Real Estate Investment Trust TR
Advisor Company
State Street Global Advisors Ltd
Custodian
State Street Bank & Trust Co
Manager
Feehily/Tucker/Schneider