Eastgroup Properties (EGP)
$127.29 1.04 (0.82%)
13:04 EDT EGP Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close -
Market Cap 4.45B
PE Ratio 44.04
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 27,556
Day's Range 125.62 - 127.49
52-Week Range 83.40 - 142.69
Dividend & Yield 2.64 (2.07%)
EGP Stock Predictions, Articles, and Eastgroup Properties News
- From InvestorPlace
- From the Web
Don't get hung up on failing mall REITs. These seven are great stocks to buy with strong growth prospects and juicy dividends.
Four notable dividend stocks recently raised their payouts, including Harris Corporation (HRS). Here's what you need to know.
Dividend stocks continue to deliver, and here are six leading the pack of dividend stocks increasing payouts over the past two weeks.
Services stocks rose broadly on Wall Street on Wednesday morning, with the sector seeing an overall increase of 0.3%.
Services stocks declined 0.2% on Wall Street on Tuesday.
Services stocks rose 1.5% on Wall Street today.
Services stocks remained flat on Wednesday morning on Wall Street.
Dow component Verizon (VZ) dialed up a stout increase in its quarterly dividend, as did five other dividend stocks increasing payouts.
From Seeking Alpha
Baird analyst David B. Rodgers raises Terreno Realty (TRNO -1.5%) to Outperform as he expects the REIT's same-store net operating income to "widen the performance gap to peers over the next 3-5 years."At the same time, Rodgers downgrades Stag Industrial (STAG -4.4%) to Neutral, noting that with "very modest contribution from SSNOI growth, earnings growth should lag the peer set."Sees prospect of lower cap rates for STAG's acquisitions over the next several years limiting FFO accretion for investors.Rodgers also initiates coverage of Rexford Industrial Realty (REXR -1.5%) and Plymouth Industrial REIT (PLYM -3.0%) at Outperform and EastGroup Properties (EGP -3.9%) at Neutral.Reiterates Duke Realty (DRE -1.8%) and First Industrial Realty Trust (FR -2.0%) at Outperform and Prologis (PLD -3.9%) at Neutral.Sees the fairly narrow range of weighted average market rent growth annually over the past five years for each publicly traded REIT set to diverge in coming quarters."With this, we are bifurcating our view between those that possess immediate value and those that should offer the most attractive SSNOI and market rent performance over 3-5 years," Rodgers writes.In the value camp are DRE, FR, and PLYM, while REXR and TRNO reside in the growth category, with "modest immediate value to investors but as rent growth equilibrium for these portfolios should remain well into 2023 or beyond, the promise of SSNOI out performance favors these investments."See Quant factor grades for TRNO, FR, REXR, EGP, DRE, PLD:.
Navellier RatingsPowered by Portfolio Grader