|Bid||0.00 x 0|
|Ask||0.00 x 0|
|Day's range||121.39 - 125.10|
|52-week range||98.16 - 138.32|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||1.01|
|PE ratio (TTM)||0.24|
|Earnings date||17 Jul 2023 - 21 Jul 2023|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||N/A|
Prologis is a well-run industrial landlord, but for investors seeking some REIT exposure, W.P. Carey offers much more.
Investors have soured on Prologis' shares, but the warehouse REIT continues to push through massive rent increases.
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Prologis (PLD) closed at $124.63 in the latest trading session, marking a -0.23% move from the prior day.
Healthy industrial real estate operating fundamentals, accretive acquisitions and solid balance-sheet strength drive Prologis' (PLD) 10.2% year-to-date rise.
In the latest trading session, Prologis (PLD) closed at $124.31, marking a -0.51% move from the previous day.
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Prologis (PLD) closed at $123.54 in the latest trading session, marking a -0.56% move from the prior day.
Dual shockwaves from growing geopolitical tensions and the pandemic are causing companies to rethink their global supply chains. This shift is driving investment opportunities to build and expand supply chain infrastructure. Leading global infrastructure operator Brookfield Infrastructure (NYSE: BIPC)(NYSE: BIP) detailed the supply chain infrastructure opportunity in its first-quarter letter to investors.
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Blue chip stocks are shares in companies with impressive performance over decades that has given them a burnished reputation among their customers as well as the stock market. One of them that probably isn't in most households -- but that helps to deliver products from other blue chip companies to your home -- is Prologis (NYSE: PLD). Prologis is the world's largest owner of warehouse space, and a great example of a well-established, financially sound, and growing operation.
Prologis (PLD) is poised to gain from its capacity to offer modern facilities in key locations and balance sheet strength. Yet, rising interest rates and a development boom are concerning.
Prologis (NYSE: PLD) is the clear market leader in industrial real estate, but that doesn't mean it's the best investment opportunity. In this short video, Fool.com contributor Tyler Crowe discusses why investors might want to put Rexford Industrial Realty (NYSE: REXR) on their radar.
Prologis doesn't just own and lease out warehouses, it also manages open-ended funds that own warehouses.
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Matt DiLallo (Prologis): Shares of real estate investment trust (REIT) Prologis have fallen by about 25% over the past year. The key factor behind that decline is the concern that the U.S. economy will slow, which would typically affect demand for warehouse space, impacting rental rates and occupancy.
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Prologis (NYSE: PLD) might not stand out to dividend investors. While the warehouse giant's dividend yield of 2.8% is higher than that of the S&P 500 index (1.6%), it's not as high as others (the REIT sector's average is above 4%). Here's a look at what the company's CFO, Tim Arndt, had to say about the shareholder payout on the leading industrial REIT's first-quarter conference call.
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