Federal Realty Investment Trust REIT Ord (FRT)
$78.30 1.97 (2.45%)
13:32 EDT FRT Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $80.26
Market Cap 5.73B
PE Ratio 27.21
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 283,932
Day's Range 76.81 - 80.36
52-Week Range 64.11 - 141.35
Dividend & Yield 4.02 (5.13%)
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