Sector: Real Estate

It was inevitable. Today, CNBC said that WeWork is laying off 2,400 people to "create a more efficient organization."

Although near-term weakness exists in the cannabis stocks, we expect Cannabis 2.0 products or cannabis-derived products could act as a catalyst.

US-based vertically-integrated cannabis player Cresco Labs is set to report its fiscal 2019 third-quarter results on November 26.

Canopy Growth (WEED)(CGC) got a rare upgrade to "buy" from Bank of America today. Find out what drove the change—and what's next.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) (DIA) seems to be touching new highs despite pessimism related to progress in trade talks.

The SEC is inquiring about the possibility of WeWork's non-compliance with SEC rules. There are enough red flags here to demand investors' attention.

Wellington Management filed its 13F on Wednesday. Based on the filing, the market value of total publicly traded securities was around $443.45 billion.

After falling for the first two days this week, the cannabis sector maintained that weakness today. Let's look at some cannabis stocks that are in the news.

As of November 8, IIPR was trading at $85.22, which represents an increase of 17.4% since its third-quarter earnings release on November 6.

On November 8, the Dow Jones closed at the 27,681.24 level, just 0.3% below its all-time high. US-China trade deal optimism raised equity markets.