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The Real Estate Select Sector SPDR Fund (XLRE)

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37.24-0.39 (-1.04%)
At close: 04:00PM EDT
37.27 +0.03 (+0.08%)
After hours: 07:47PM EDT
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Previous close37.63
Bid37.12 x 36100
Ask0.00 x 34100
Day's range37.09 - 37.50
52-week range31.99 - 40.75
Avg. volume7,679,377
Net assets6.15B
PE ratio (TTM)28.53
YTD daily total return-6.41%
Beta (5Y monthly)1.18
Expense ratio (net)0.09%
Inception date2015-10-07
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    Office vacancies are rising across America. Moody's Head of Commercial Real Estate Economics Thomas LaSalvia joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss this trend. LaSalvia states that office vacancies are currently at "a record high," on their way "to peak above 20%" and possibly remain there for years. He attributes this development to office spaces not having enough income to "be able to kick the can" until interest rates lower and refinancing can occur. However, LaSalvia notes that not all properties are in "rough shape." He explains that areas such as Nashville, Tampa, and Kansas City are seeing more offices relocate there. As talent migrates to "more affordable locations," there has been a dispersion of where offices "want to or need to locate" in order to attract this talent. For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Yahoo Finance Live. Editor's note: This article was written by Angel Smith

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    New York leads 2024 office demand outlook, San Francisco tech sector lags: VTS

    New global office demand data from VTS forecasts that New York City will hit 30 million square feet of office leasing in 2024. VTS Co-Founder & Chief Strategy Officer Ryan Masiello joins Market Domination Overtime to discuss commercial real estate trends and what they suggest for the broader market. Masiello signals that New York represents a market where the headlines do not meet the reality of what is happening on the ground: the city has led office demand recovery since the onset of the pandemic, he claims. The VTS co-founder explains that the firm's modeling looks across 13 billion square feet of office space managed on the VTS platform. According to this data, Masiello says San Francisco's office demand is showing signs of resilience, though the tech sector is 60% behind its pre-COVID office capacity. If interest rates come down, "tech companies can start growing again," Masiello adds. With the shift to hybrid and virtual labor, office footprints have shrunk only by about 6% from pre-COVID levels, Masielo says. Such work policies aren't impacting the size of companies' office footprints, he adds. For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Market Domination Overtime. Editor's Note: This article was written by Gabriel Roy.

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    Consumer sentiment, pending home sales data top expectations

    The University of Michigan's Consumer Sentiment Index beat March expectations with a reading of 79.4, surpassing predictions of 76.5. This figure marks the highest level since July 2021, indicating a resurgence in consumer confidence. Additionally, pending home sales data released Thursday morning beat February estimates with a 1.6% month-over-month increase versus the 1.5% expected. The rise in pending home sales is attributed to more individuals entering the workforce and increased inventory levels in the housing market. Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith and Madison Mills break down the details, analyzing how markets (^DJI, ^IXIC, ^GSPC, ^RUT) are digesting these numbers. For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Yahoo Finance Live. Editor's note: This article was written by Angel Smith