Lennar Corp

NYSE: LEN
$80.91
+$2.75 (+3.5%)
Closing price October 4, 2022
Two large homebuilding ETFs have significantly different approaches to their holdings. One focuses on builders while the other includes more suppliers and retailers.
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Rite Aid, Century Aluminum, Lennar, and Government Properties all posted new 52-week lows Wednesday.
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Homebuilder stocks are getting beaten up Wednesday following another unwelcome earnings report. But there may be some hope for the sector, provided builders get a few breaks.
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Homebuilder Lennar reported second-quarter results before markets opened Tuesday. Revenues soared due to an acquisition closed in February, but prices rose sharply and buyer incentives fell.