• Ford warned that profits will fall next year as the company ramps up investments in new technologies, its third such warning since July when it cautioned that a US industry downturn could hit its results.

  • Gold futures settled higher Wednesday, as support from a retreat in the U.S. dollar prompted prices to snap a five-day slide.

  • Reits are ready for their coming out party. As of Friday, listed real estate investment trusts will become the 11th sector in the Global Industry Classification Standard (GICS), the ubiquitous system used by indexers and investors to drive asset allocation. Until now, they have been treated as financials, in the same sector as banks and insurers.

  • These cities have the highest rents in the country

  • No matter how many different myths there are floating around, online reviews are here to stay. By now, it’s hard to discount just how important they are to the real estate industry. You can get a head start by building your online profile using the power of reviews.

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