All matrices are real and not necessarily symmetric. Denote by $A \geq B$ the condition that $(A-B)$ has eigenvalues with non-negative real parts. Denote by $\| \cdot \|_2$ the $L_2$ matrix norm.
Is it true that $A \geq B$ implies $\|A\|_2 \geq \|B\|_2$ for $A,B \geq 0$?
Edit: Now I see it doesn't hold in general, I would also be grateful if someone could provide additional conditions on $A$ and $B$ for which $\|A\|_2 \geq \|B\|_2$ would hold.
I am particularly interested in whether the statement can still be rescued the following cases:
- $A,B$ symmetric.
- $A = \Xi$, $B = \Xi P$ where $P$ is a stochastic matrix (rows sum to 1) and $\Xi$ a diagonal matrix with the principal left eigenvector of $P$ (i.e. stationary distribution) on the diagonal.