Real estate investment trusts, or REITs, are taking another beating in the equities market following Amazon's latest deal announcement.
Landlords are looking more favorably at small businesses as tenants.
David Henry, CEO of Kimco, weighs in on January retail sales and how REITs will fare. Henry sees more retailers expanding than shrinking.
Bill Ackman seems to have more than his fair share of enemies. And Cramer thinks they’re about to gang up on him.
Conventional wisdom would suggest it’s time to get out of the market about now. But this market is anything but conventional.
David Henry, Kimco Realty Corp., shares Kimco's capital allocation strategy with CNBC's Gary Kaminsky.
Kimco Realty Corp. president & CEO, discusses the recovery in the shopping center industry, and where his company is headed.
David Henry, CEO of Kimco Realty, joins Cramer for an interview.
David Henry, Kimco Realty Corp. CEO and head of the largest REIT in North America, discusses the increase in effective rents at malls and the turnaround in the economy, with Mad Money's Jim Cramer.
Wall Street has bet big over the past few months on a housing recovery that, according to most views, is still likely a good distance in the future.
Cramer makes the call on viewers' favorite stocks.
The week's top business news and investing advice, including top picks for 2012 and defense, with CNBC's Mandy Drury.
The National Retail Federation predicts up to 152 million Americans will shop during the upcoming Black Friday weekend, and deal-seeking consumers may flock to discount retailers, Kimco Realty's chief executive told CNBC Tuesday.
The NRF is predicting up to 152 million will shop Black Friday weekend, with Dave Henry, CEO of Kimco Realty Corporation.
The S&P 500 is expected to post earnings growth of 14.23 percent for the third quarter of 2011, according to S&P Capital IQ Consensus Earnings Report.
We have the Fed committed to QE2 (quantitative easing) through the second quarter of 2011, and now we have a few early indications of an improving economy. This is good news — but it makes the QE2 trade a little more tricky.
While at Tulane University, Cramer makes the call on students' favorite stocks.
There is a large dichotomy between the national retailers and the local mom and pop shops, especially in places that were hardest hit by the housing bubble throughout the country.
Analysts following a particular stock produce a price target of where they believe the stock is headed. So, which stocks do analysts on average predict will have the biggest drop?
The risk trade: out of banks, hide in REITs. Another weak day for banks, particularly regional banks. It's been an absolutely miserable month: the Regional Bank HOLDRs Trust, a basket of regional banks, is down about 12 percent in August. The good news..?