|Bid||102.03 x 200|
|Ask||102.07 x 100|
|Day's Range||101.39 - 102.40|
|52 Week Range||96.56 - 127.23|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||102.90|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||4.04 (3.86%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Robust industry fundamentals and strategic acquisitions will drive Digital Realty's (DLR) Q1 performance. Yet, aggressive pricing pressure might impact its business.
The S&P 500’s top losses on April 12 were: L Brands (LB) declined 4.6%. Everest Re Group (RE) declined 3.6%. Digital Realty Trust (DLR) declined 3.4%. HCP (HCP) declined 2.8%. Devon Energy (DVN) declined 2.7%. L Brands Inc
Not all data-center REITs are created equal, is the message brought today by analyst Nick Del Deo of the boutique Moffett-Nathanson in his 200-page initiation of coverage of Equinix (EQIX) and the companies it competes with. Calling his report a “nuanced outlook,” Del Deo writes that the “quality of the various data-center business models varies, affecting their ability to convert value into growth.” The only two he thinks deserve a Buy rating are Equinix and CoreSite (COR), while he slaps a Neutral rating on Digital Realty (DLR), CyrusOne (CONE), and QTS Realty Trust (QTS).
Digital Realty Trust's (DLR) partnership with Singapore Internet Exchange (SGIX) aimed at providing local peering at its data-center facilities in Jurong West and Loyang East.
Let’s talk about the popular Digital Realty Trust Inc (NYSE:DLR). The company’s shares saw significant share price volatility over the past couple of months on the NYSE, rising to theRead More...
Digital Realty (DLR) achieving its 11th consecutive year of "five nines" of uptime reflects its efficiency in developing and delivering data center solutions.
Digital Realty Trust (DLR) enjoys a solid operating platform and a healthy balance sheet. However, aggressive pricing pressure is likely to continue in the upcoming period amid severe competition.
Public Storage (NYSE:PSA) has been in a pretty steady downtrend over the past two years. While PSA stock has been in free-fall mode, it’s allowed the dividend yield to steadily climb higher. While Public Storage stock may not necessarily decline that far, that’s not the point.
Since Digital Realty Trust Inc (NYSE:DLR) released its earnings in December 2017, it seems that analyst forecasts are substantially optimistic, as a 71.64% rise in profits is expected in theRead More...
Given Digital Realty's (DLR) solid scope for growth and prudent financial management, the company remains well poised to capitalize on growth opportunities and reward shareholders accordingly.
It is important to understand that the share price has been cut in half over the last 18 months, so a significant amount of bad news, some of which may not materialize, is “in the stock,” which is part of the reason for the late-week rally on the earnings report.
This represents an increase in short interest as investors who seek to profit from falling equity prices added to their short positions on January 29. Over the last one-month, outflows of investor capital in ETFs holding DLR totaled $13.21 billion.
The Supreme Court ruled unanimously that individuals must report alleged corporate wrongdoing to the Securities and Exchange Commission, not just to their companies, to qualify for whistleblower protections ...
The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to broaden protections for corporate insiders who call out misconduct, ruling they must take claims of wrongdoing to the Securities and Exchange Commission in order to be shielded against retaliation. The justices ruled 9-0 in favor of Digital Realty Trust Inc , throwing out a lawsuit brought against the California-based real estate trust by a fired former employee who had reported alleged wrongdoing only internally and not to the SEC. The 2010 Wall Street reform law known as the Dodd-Frank Act is unambiguous in offering no protection from retaliation such as firing or demotion to employees who report claims of securities law violations only in-house, the court ruled.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that whistleblower protections passed by Congress after the 2008 financial crisis only apply to people who report problems to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, not more broadly.