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Tweet Your Way to Property Management Success

By Rachel Jefferson

To be successful on social media, you need to build up a strong following and write clear, compelling content. In a recent article from Inman titled “5 Methods to Tweet Your Way to Online Real Estate Success,” Digital Marketer Lucie Simpson shares examples of using Twitter right. It’s an essential tool for property managers in connecting with current customers and forming new relationships in your industry.

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PayPal initiated at Cantor Fitzgerald with $45 price target

Analysts at Cantor Fizgerald initiated coverage of PayPal Holdings Inc. with a $45 price target on Monday. The company is set to split from eBay Inc. and will begin trading on July 20. Cantor Fitzgerald analyst Youssef Squali wrote that PayPal’s large addressable market online and offline, plus its strong brand make its shares compelling. He said he expects mid-teens growth in payment volume over the next three-to-five years. Squali said he expects PayPal to garner more than $280 billion in total payable volume with about $9 billion in revenue for 2015. PayPal already holds about a 10% share of the e-commerce payment market, which Squali says is a significant portion. Ebay will report its 2015 second-quarter earnings on Thursday.

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U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew hails Greek deal as good for global economy

U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew on Monday called a European agreement to bail out a financially strapped Greece for the third time in five years “an import step forward” that is in the “best interests” of the global economy. Lew said the agreement would require difficult steps but that the U.S. will stay “engaged with all parties” to help ensure its success.

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Netflix stock hits record $711.15 in morning trade

Netflix Inc. stock reached a new intraday high of $711.15 during mid-morning trade on Monday. The stock was trading up 4.4% ahead of the company’s 2015 second-quarter earnings report on Wednesday and a 7-for-1 stock split the same day. The stock has more than doubled in the year-to-date, up 108%. If it holds these levels, Netflix is on track to beat its previous record close of $681.19.

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Analyst reiterates Apple’s buy rating, downplays China impact

Shares of Apple Inc. rose on Monday after an analyst at Cantor Fitzgerald reiterated his buy rating on the stock. “Although we believe further weakness in China’s stock market could take away some of the ‘bling’ purchases of iPhones, we do not believe this will change the positive momentum for Apple,” said Brian White in a note. He projected further growth in China for Apple with 15% to 20% of Chinese subscribers likely to be candidates for high-end phones in the next five years. The analyst also said Apple is in the midst of a “transformational super cycle” but its prospects are as bright as ever. Apple shares gained 1.2% to $124.69, up for a second session in a row. The stock fell 2.5% last week, its worst weekly decline since middle of January. White’s 12-month price target for Apple is $195.

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Clinton says trade agreements should meet ‘high bar’

Hillary Clinton said Monday trade agreements the U.S. enters into should have a “high bar” and Washington should walk away if it’s not met. Delivering a speech on the economy in New York City, Clinton said the Greek debt crisis and the downturn in Chinese stocks are reminders of how global growth is linked and trade is fundamental. Trade agreements should raise wages and create jobs, she said.

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Netflix on track for record close

Netflix Inc. stock is on its way toward a record close. Shares of Netflix were up 3.3% in early trade on Monday, trading at as much as $703.56. Neflix’s previous record close was $681.19, and its intraday high was $706.24, according to FactSet. The company reached both of those in June. Netflix shares have more than doubled in the year-to-date, up 106%, while the S&P, which is up 1.8% in the year. Netflix will report its 2015 second-quarter earnings on Wednesday after the bell.

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Greece aims to end bank holiday Thursday: report

The Greek government plans to extend the country’s bank holiday for two more days, Reuters reported Monday, citing bankers who spoke with Greece’s deputy finance ministry. Greek banks have been closed since June 29. Greece also imposed capital controls, limiting withdrawals to 60 euros a day. The precise timing of the reopening of the country’s banks, however, will depend on the European Central Bank. Greek banks were forced to close after the ECB capped emergency liquidity assistance for the institutions, and is seen as unlikely to raise the cap at least until the Greek parliament implements reform measures that would clear the way for a formal negotiation of a third bailout, economists say.

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U.S. stocks open higher as Greece agrees to bailout deal

U.S. stocks began the week on an upbeat note, with the main indexes gaining on Monday, after eurozone leaders over the weekend reached an agreement for a third bailout program for Greece. The deal will now have to be approved by national parliaments, including in Greece, before the formal negotiations can begin. The formal decision is expected by the end of the week. The S&P 500 opened 15 points, or 0.7%, higher at 2,090. The Dow Jones Industrial Average jumped 136 points, or 0.7%, to 17,898. The Nasdaq Composite began the day up 42 points, or 0.8% to 5,039.

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Palm Beach medical office buildings hit with $10M foreclosure

By Brian Bandell

A pair of medical office buildings near Boynton Beach have been targeted by a $10 million foreclosure lawsuit.

U.S. Bank, representing a commercial mortgage-backed securities (CMBS) trust, filed a foreclosure lawsuit June 23 against El Clair Ltd. It targets the 60,500 square feet of medical office space at 6080 Boynton Beach Blvd., surrounded by residential neighborhoods.

The managing member of the borrower is Kerry A. Greenwald in Boca Raton. He wasn’t named in the complaint.

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