CNBC’s David Faber reports that trouble between WeWork and its largest shareholder was not the key reason for delaying an initial public offering.
CNBC’s Diana Olick reports on new data on NAHB sentiment that beat expectations in September, at 68 vs. 66 expected.
A Federal Reserve rate cut at the end of this week’s two-day FOMC meeting is considered a “lock” by the market, but chief financial officers of major corporations still harbor doubts about whether lowering interest rates is necessary.
Frank Tsui of Value Partners says the situation in the oil market seems “manageable” unless there is more military action in Saudi Arabia. He also weighs in on the Chinese property market.
Kaven Tsang of Moody’s Investors Service says he expects property price growth in China to “slowly” come down to a “manageable” level.
Doug Duncan, Fannie Mae chief economist, joins “The Exchange” to discuss if the rise in mortgage rates could help the housing market.
CNBC’s Robert Frank reports from the new super tower under construction near Central Park, and why the owner believes the luxury condos will sell.
Compass founder and CEO Robert Reffkin joins “Squawk Alley” to discuss the company’s updates to its app, including new A.I. features, the company’s growth, and more.
Gary Beasley, Roofstock co-founder and CEO, joins “The Exchange” to discuss why younger buyers are shopping for real estate online.
Scott Crowe, CenterSquare Investment Management, and CNBC’s Robert Frank, join ‘The Exchange’ to discuss the risks of WeWork’s IPO.