Prospect Capital (PSEC) has a price-to-book ratio of 0.60x on a next-12-month or NTM basis. The average of price-to-book ratio on an NTM basis for the company’s peers is 0.80x.
The components of Prospect Capital’s (PSEC) total operating expenses are base management fees, income incentive fees, directors’ fees, audit, compliance, and tax-related fees, allocation costs…
As of September 30, Prospect Capital (PSEC) reported total investments amounting to $5.6 billion (fair value), a marginal fall from its total investments balance as of June 30.
Prospect Capital (PSEC) witnessed a marginal fall in its total originations in fiscal 1Q18 compared to fiscal 4Q17. In fiscal 1Q18, originations were as follows.
Prospect Capital Corporation (PSEC) released its earnings report for fiscal 1Q18 on November 8. The company failed to meet the projections Wall Street analysts had set for earnings per share or EPS and revenues.
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The Carlyle Group (CG) is being tracked by 12 analysts in November 2017. Five of them have rated the stock a “hold,” and four have given it a “strong buy.”
The Carlyle Group (CG) has an EV-to-EBITDA ratio of 15.18x on a next 12-month basis and thus has higher valuations.
The Carlyle Group (CG) managed to reduce its total expenses from $661.8 million in 3Q16 to $492.6 million in 3Q17.
On October 25, 2017, the Carlyle Group (CG) made some changes to its leadership team. Its current COO Glenn Youngkin will become the new co-CEO.
The Carlyle Group’s (CG) Investment Solutions division saw a rise in its fee-related earnings (or FRE), from $5 million in 3Q16 to $6 million in 3Q17.
In 3Q17, the Carlyle Group’s (CG) Global Market Strategies division reported fee-related earnings (or FRE) of $75 million, which was a substantial YoY rise.
The Carlyle Group’s (CG) Real Assets division saw a substantial fall in distributable earnings in 3Q17 compared to 3Q16.
In 3Q17, the Carlyle Group’s (CG) Corporate Private Equity division saw a marginal decline in distributable earnings, from $209 million in 3Q16 to $207 million in 3Q17.
The Carlyle Group (CG), an alternative asset manager, reported its 3Q17 earnings on October 31, 2017. Its EPS was $0.56, which was higher than the Wall Street estimate of $0.51.
In 3Q17, State Street (STT) posted EPS (earnings per share) that was higher than Wall Street analysts’ estimates.
In November 2017, State Street (STT) is being analyzed by 20 analysts. Thirteen of them have suggested a “hold” for the stock, and four have rated it a “strong buy.”
State Street (STT) has a one-year forward PE (price-to-earnings) ratio of 14.72x, representing a discounted valuation.
State Street (STT) has a total AUM (assets under management) of $2.7 trillion in 3Q17. Of the total AUM, equity contributed $1.6 trillion.
State Street has proposed to increase its distribution per share to $0.42. As a result, it declared a quarterly distribution per share of $0.42 on July 20, 2017.