REITs (real estate investment trusts) depend mostly on debt for their day-to-day functioning and working capital.
After thriving for a long time in a low interest rate environment, REITs (real estate investment trusts) are now facing a high interest rate.
REITs (real estate investment trusts) depend on debt and equity for their working capital, and so they’re directly impacted by the Fed’s interest rate policy.
Weyerhaeuser (WY) has undertaken several divestiture policies in order to dispose of its underperforming and non-core businesses.
Timberland REIT (real estate investment trust) Weyerhaeuser (WY) owns almost 13.1 million acres of timberlands across the US.
Timberland REIT (real estate investment trust) Weyerhaeuser (WY) expects to continue its growth trajectory for the rest of 2017.
Timberland REIT (real estate investment trust) Weyerhaeuser (WY) has been able to use the opportunities of the booming housing sector to its advantage.
Timberland REIT (real estate investment trust) Weyerhaeuser (WY) reported upbeat earnings results for 2Q17, backed by higher sales and prudent cost management.
The growing economy has helped REITs including Weyerhaeuser (WY), Rayonier (RYN), Resolute Forests Products (RFP), and International Paper (IP) reap higher profits.
Timberland REITs (real estate investment trusts) in the US don’t seem to be in doubt about their continued growth momentum in the near future.
This week volatility (VXX) has continued to stick to its trend of sudden spikes and then dropping immediately.
The key reason for the debt ceiling deal was to approve aid to Hurricane Harvey victims. A US government shutdown could have adversely impacted relief operations.
Of the analysts covering Williams Companies (WMB) on September 5, 2017, 78.0% rated it as a “buy,” and the remaining 22.0% rated it as a “hold.”
Williams Companies was trading at an EV-to-EBITDA multiple of 11.8x on September 5, 2017, which is below its historical average and its peers.
WMB was trading 0.7% below its 50-day SMA (simple moving average) and 1.5% above its 200-day SMA on September 5, 2017.
Williams Partners noted that its facilities serving oil and gas producers in the Gulf Coast did not suffer any major damage from Hurricane Harvey.
William Companies (WMB) has recovered slightly after a weak August 2017, and it has risen 2.4% since last week. WMB has fallen 3.3% since the beginning of 2017.
Of the analysts surveyed by Reuters, 10% rated AmeriGas Partners (APU) a “buy,” 50% rated it a “hold,” and 40% rated it a “sell.”
The top ten institutional investors in Star Gas Partners (SGU) own nearly 38.9% of its outstanding shares.
The total number of Star Gas Partners shares shorted was 27,797 on August 15, 2017—30% higher than the 21,342 million shorted shares on July 31, 2017.