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Latest News Headlines
31 Mar 2020 05:50:18 -0500 - Preit - PREIT Takes Steps to Improve Liquidity Position
25 Mar 2020 15:00:33 -0500 - Preit - PREIT Provides COVID-19 Business Update
25 Feb 2020 19:06:32 -0600 - Preit - PREIT Reports Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2019 Results and Provides Balance Sheet Strategy Update
24 Feb 2020 06:13:37 -0600 - Preit - Fashion District Philadelphia Announces Impactful Opening Results
20 Feb 2020 05:55:23 -0600 - Preit - PREIT Declares Quarterly Dividend for Common and Preferred Shares
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As soon as I read the PREIT press release header I knew #PEI was talking about dividend cuts: "Beginning with the second quarter dividend, the Company expects to pay a quarterly cash dividend of $0.02 per common share. This 90% reduction will enhance Company liquidity by approximately $15 million per quarter, or $60 million in additional liquidity on a full-year basis." - AI_AI - 2020-03-31 10:00:41 - See full comment
#PEI is paying 64% dividend yield with the current price. - CapitalKing - 2020-03-21 09:52:06 - See full comment
Taubman Centers is a part of the S&P400 MidCap Index, and the company also states to have a portfolio of malls that is the most productive in the U.S. publicly held mall sector, which is an awesome claim. Which #TCO supports by showing that it has the highest portfolio sales per square foot. In March 31, 2019, TCO $919 Sales/SqF compared to #MAC at $746Sales/SqF, #SPG $660 Sales/SqF, #PEI $499 Sales/SqF, #WPG $399 Sales/SqF, #SKT $398 Sales/SqF, CBL $377 Sales/SqF. Also, impressively comparable is what TCO can charge for rent per square foot compared to its comparable Mall REITs. In March 31, 2019, TCO $62.16 Avg. Rent/SqF. compared to MAC at $60.74 Avg. Rent/SqF., SPG $54.34 Avg. Rent/SqF., CBL $32.45 Avg. Rent/SqF., and WPG $28.98 Avg. Rent/SqF. Taubman also has malls in China, and South Korea, not only the USA, which may help to slow down any impacts in malls falling out of preference in the US market. - LLNN - 2019-08-11 22:24:10 - See full comment
Below are the most recent cash dividends paid by PEI. The percent difference from one dividend payment to the next has also been calculated for your convenience. Dividends flagged as [E] are extraordinary dividend payments.
About Pennsylvania Real Estate Investment Trust, Inc.
PREIT is a publicly traded real estate investment trust specializing in the ownership and management of differentiated shopping malls. Headquartered in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the company owns and operates over 25 million square feet of retail space in the eastern half of the United States with concentration in the Mid-Atlantic region’s top MSAs. Since 2012, the company has driven a transformation guided by an emphasis on balance sheet strength, high-quality merchandising and disciplined capital expenditures
Dividend Payment Growth: Analysis of how the REIT’s dividend payments have performed during the last three years.
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Dividend to AFFO Payout Ratio Health: Analysis of the REIT’s Dividend to AFFO Payout Ratios during the last four quarters.
Dividend to AFFO Payout Ratio Trend: Analysis of the REIT’s Dividend to AFFO Payout Ratios trend during the last two years.
AFFO & Efficiency Section
AFFO to Revenue Health: Analysis of the REIT's Adjusted Funds From Operation to its Revenues.
Operating Expense Efficiency: Analysis of the REIT's Operating Expenses to its Revenues.
Operating Expense Efficiency Trend: Analysis of the trend of the REIT's Operating Expenses to its Revenue.
Interest Coverage Health: Analysis of the REIT’s Interest Coverage health during the last four quarter.
Interest Coverage Health Trend: Analysis of the REIT’s Interest Coverage health trend during the last two years.
Total Debt Interest Rate Competitiveness: Analysis of the REIT’s Interest Rate to Total Debt competitiveness compared to REIT market.
Total Debt Interest Rate Trend: Analysis of the REIT’s Interest Rate to Total Debt trend during the last two years.
Debt Leverage Health: Analysis of the REIT’s Total Debt to Total Assets.
Debt Leverage Health Trend: Analysis of the REIT’s Total Debt to Total Assets over the last two years.
Asset & Revenue Section
Revenues Growth: Analysis of how the REIT's Revenue has performed over the last two years.
Total Asset Growth: Analysis of how the REIT has grown its Total Assets over the last two years.
Occupancy Health Level: Analysis of the REIT’s occupancy health level during the last four quarters.
Occupancy Trend: Analysis of the REIT’s occupancy trend over the last two years.
Portfolio of Properties: Analysis of the REIT's property's strength, size, and geographic distribution.
Tenants: Analysis of the REIT's tenant diversification, operation type, and exposure to risk.
Market Cap Section
Market Cap Strength: Analysis of the REIT's Market Capitalization performance, preservation and resistance in comparison to market changes.
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