TRI Pointe Homes Inc
Properties for Sale: What Are They Like?
The National Association of Realtors’ data showed that, on average, properties stayed on the market for 58 days before they were sold to buyers.
US Manufacturing PMI Points to Weakening Business Conditions
August’s US Manufacturing PMI flash reading pointed to weakening business conditions in the US.
CalPERS hangs up on position in Vodafone
Vodafone is one of the world’s largest telecom companies. Its shares were up on fresh rumors in August that AT&T executives were working on a bid for the company.
CalPERS exits FEMSA – Mexican bottler, convenience-store owner
Founded in 1890 in Monterrey, Mexico, FEMSA is comprised of two complementary business units—Coca-Cola FEMSA, and FEMSA Comercio, a convenience-store operator.
CalPERS adds new position in TRI Pointe Homes
TRI Pointe Homes is one of the top ten–largest public homebuilders by equity market capitalization in the US. The company reaffirmed its 2015 outlook for earnings per diluted share in the range of $1.25 to $1.40.
CalPERS establishes new position in CBS Outdoor Americas
CBS Outdoor Americas is the largest provider of advertising space on out-of-home advertising structures and sites across the US, Canada, and Latin America.
CalPERS opens new position in Fidelity National Financial
Fidelity is the largest title insurance company in the United States. Fidelity’s FNFV segment includes a 51% stake in Remy, an automotive sector player, and a 55% ownership interest in American Blue Ribbon Holdings, which operates in the restaurant sector.
CalPERS adds new position in Liberty Media
Liberty Media Corporation owns interests in a range of communications and entertainment businesses. Recently, the company completed the previously announced spin-off of its cable business, Liberty Broadband.
Highlights of CalPERS’ third-quarter 13F filing
CalPERS is the largest public pension fund in the US. It administers health and retirement benefits on behalf of 3,064 public school, local agency, and state employers.
Week in review: Slow, holiday-shortened week
The homebuilding segment has definitely been a case of two sectors—the luxury sector, which is doing extremely well, and the first-time homebuyer sector.