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Financials : Capital Markets | Large Cap Blend
Based in Canada
Company profile

Brookfield Asset Management Inc. is an alternative asset manager. Its operations are organized into its seven operating segments. Asset management operations include managing its listed partnerships (LP), private funds and public securities on behalf of its investors. Real estate operations include the ownership, operation and development of core office, core retail, LP investments and other properties. Renewable power operations include the ownership, operation and development of hydroelectric, wind, solar, storage and other power generating facilities. Infrastructure operations include the ownership, operation and development of utilities, transport, energy, data infrastructure and sustainable resource assets. Private equity operations include a broad range of industries and are mostly focused on business services, infrastructure services and industrials. Residential development operations consist of homebuilding, condominium development and land development.


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Cruise and airline stocks fall to buck the broader market rally as COVID-19 cases, deaths keep surging

1:26 pm ET July 27, 2020 (MarketWatch)

While the broader stock market continues to rise amid optimism ( over potential COVID-19 vaccines and additional government stimulus measures, cruise and airline stocks continued to head in the opposite direction as new COVID-19 cases and death tolls keep surging ( Shares of Carnival Corp. (CCL) dropped 6.6% in afternoon trading, to be the second-biggest percentage loser among S&P 500 components. Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd.'s stock (NCLH) was the next biggest loser, shedding 6.1%, while Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd.'s (RCL) shares shed 3.3% to place 15th on the S&P 500's losers list. The weakness in cruise stocks comes after Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) extended last week its no-sail order ( by about two months. Separately, all six components of the Dow Jones Transportation Average's airline components were losing ground. Among the most active, shares of American Airlines Group Inc. (AAL) lost 0.9%, United Airlines Holdings Inc. (UAL) slid 1.4% and Delta Air Lines Inc. (DAL) was down 1.3%. Meanwhile, the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 82 points, or 0.3%.

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July 27, 2020 13:26 ET (17:26 GMT)

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