|Bid||0.00 x 1100|
|Ask||0.00 x 4000|
|Day's Range||8.02 - 8.47|
|52 Week Range||7.05 - 14.31|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||0.50|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
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Senior Housing Properties (SNH) delivered FFO and revenue surprises of -6.45% and 0.10%, respectively, for the quarter ended September 2019. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?
Though CBRE Group (CBRE) Q3 results will likely reflect benefits from improving occupier outsourcing business and strategic acquisitions, softer investment volumes are a concern.
Americold's (COLD) Q3 performance likely to reflect steady demand for its properties, driven by consumption growth, favorable industry trends and productivity-improvement benefits.
Amid challenging environment for agency MBS market, New York Mortgage Trust's (NYMT) efforts to reduce exposure to agency securities might have supported its Q3 performance.
Great Ajax's (AJX) Q3 results to reflect benefits from mortgage loan sales, as well as growth in net interest margin, aided by wider spreads.
Host Hotels' (HST) Q3 results likely to reflect positive impact of the company's accretive capital-recycling strategy amid dampening operating fundamentals of the lodging sector.
Though Omega Healthcare (OHI) will likely reflect record top-line growth in Q3, tenant credit headwinds and low Medicaid rates in Texas might have impeded any robust growth.
Jones Lang LaSalle's (JLL) Q3 results to reflect strength across its global regions and rising trend of outsourcing of real estate needs, though softer investment volumes remain a concern.
Arbor Realty Trust's (ABR) Q3 performance likely to reflect the stable earnings power of agency business and growth in its loan business amid competitive lending market.
Apple Hospitality REIT's (APLE) Q3 results likely to reflect impact of softer inbound international travel demand and cost pressures across the lodging industry.
Capital improvements at City Office REIT's (CIO) properties expected to have helped the company witness occupancy gains and higher rents in Q3.
While Medical Properties' (MPW) Q3 earnings will reflect benefits from the company's acquisition-driven growth strategy, its bottom line might display a year-on-year decline.
While HCP's Q3 results will likely reflect benefits of higher occupancy in the U.S. seniors housing market, a decline in income from direct financing lease might have impacted its revenue growth.
While Iron Mountain (IRM) Q3 results will likely reflect gains from solid storage-revenue growth, headwinds in North America data-management segment might have impacted service-revenue activity level.
While American Tower (AMT) Q3 results will reflect benefits from solid property segment revenues, the Indian carrier consolidation-driven churn might have hurt its Asian property segment's growth.
While PennyMac Mortgage's (PMT) Q3 results are likely to reflect benefits from higher originations, the company's MSRs valuations might have witnessed headwinds, impacting its servicing business.
AGNC Investment's (AGNC) Q3 results are likely to reflect adverse impact of substantial volatility in the agency market and unfavorable funding costs.
Equinix (EQIX) is expected to record growth in Q3 recurring revenues, backed by strength in its inter-connection and colocation business.
Annaly Capital's (NLY) Q3 results expected to reflect higher prepayments resulting from the lagging effect of lower mortgage rates and seasonal factors.
Exantas Capital (XAN) results will likely reflect benefits of its previous CRE loan investments in Q3. This is expected to have driven its quarterly net interest income.
While Boston Properties' (BXP) Q3 results will likely reflect benefits of upbeat office market environment aiding rental revenue growth, development and management services revenues might have declined.
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