MFA Financial Inc (MFA)
$2.80 0.12 (4.11%)
15:38 EDT MFA Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
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Market Cap 1.12B
PE Ratio 3.54
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 3.84M
Day's Range 2.78 - 2.90
52-Week Range 0.32 - 8.09
Dividend & Yield 0.80 (28.57%)
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Residing below book value with a dividend yield north of 7%, MFA stock is a rarity among low-priced names.
MFA Financial is deeply undervalued, especially with its restored dividend. MFA stock has a very attractive dividend yield of almost 7% and trades at 2/3rds of its economic book value.
MFA Financial's reinstated dividend makes the stock's 7% yield attractive. MFA stock will likely double if the REIT has to hike its dividend.
MFA Financial earnings on Tuesday have MFA stock slightly lower despite the company announcing a $500 million capital raise agreement.
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