SAN MATEO, CA--(Marketwired - August 16, 2016) - DISCERN, the leader in Insights-as-a-Service for investment professionals and corporate executives, today announced that DISCERN Real Estate Insights-as-a-Service provides financial decision-makers with critical signals, visual analytics and insights about opportunities and risks in real estate markets as investors prepare for the new Real Estate GICS on August 31, 2016.
Industry insiders believe adding the new Real Estate sector to the Global Industry Classification Standard (GICS®), could be the biggest shift in equity asset allocations to hit the financial industry in 15 years. Many experts also predict that the new 11th headline-level sector may have a greater impact...
The chart below generated using the DISCERN Energy Platform shows Murphy's Eagle Ford completions improving dramatically through much of 2015. This is based on initial 24-hour oil rates and suggests that more recent data could give a read on first quarter 2016 results in the region...
The second look at 4Q15 continued to reflect an economy that is growing, but that growth is subpar economic growth and the outlook calls for more of the same. That means there should continue to be job growth, but not growth that is not strong enough to meaningfully increase participation rates and income growth rates
As the dismal, jobless Obama economy continues, clothing retailer Ralph Lauren has announced a major scaling back of its U.S. operations, with the loss of one thousand jobs and the closure of 50 stores.
As USA Today reports, Ralph Lauren CEO Stefan Larsson, who only recently replaced the company’s founder as CEO, announced the move as part of his restructuring plan aimed at saving $220 million over the next year.
“The business has struggled over the last three years,” the CEO said. “We have to do a better job to give the consumer something really exciting.”